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Manuel St-Pierre: Hi, is it a good thing to replace transmission oil filter or this model doesnt have afilter? Thanks a lot!! (accord 2000 SE)

Brandon B: Most informative video I've seen so far on a trans fluid change for these cars. Thanks.

Alejandro Montes: You're supported to change out the filter too, I'm sure this guy half ass the oil change and didn't change the filter 

Adeum Rivera: My car is at 292k miles and still running like a champ but I do get that popping in the morning only in the afternoon it's warm outside so it doesn't do it lol idk if it's ever been changed is it still a good idea? 

Adeum Rivera: I have a Honda Accord 1998 ex v6 2 door. do you know if I can just flush the transmission like you did or if mine has a transmission filter I have to change as well? I read you have to change both but I'm not sure if my car has one or not. Thanks great vid

pudding231:  I have a 2000 Accord EX 4cyl and mine does the exact same thing. Whenever i first start it up and put it in reverse it makes a quick jerk. After that on the same day it doesnt do it as much..i just say transmissions on hondas kinda suck overall lol

sandra hicks: Clonk from cold like standing g over night could be dirty screen filters so when you put it in drive there is a delay in fluid pickup , servo punching in ,or broken engine mounts ,looking at your fluid I would say blocked screens ,some people think fluid lasts for ever ,it did in a Borg warner 35/65 but Hondas and others need a fluid change at  or before 30,000 !

Jeffery Young: they should sell a 36 foot pound hammer as a combo with a ratchet to git that bugger loose.

mikE Byson: ahahah your funny man.. but seriously thanx for helping us out with the video. helps alot

sandra hicks: Bought a 99 accord with a tiptronic ,it done 71000 miles ,car shifted OK but as they suffer from valve body problems and get blocked internal screens I got up with 1 wheel off the ground ,took out the drain plug and then started it up and put it through all of the gears, to get some more out then put the plug back in then pour 2ltrs of white spirit in put it through the gears again and then rev it neutral ,take the plug out and just watch the crap roll out ,leave to drain for half an hour fill with fresh fluid , white spirit or ( mineral fluid ) if your in the US washes all of the crap off off the tiny micro screens and flushes out the friction material , flushing 3 times with just new fluid is a waste of money and good fluid ,drove mine hard in auto with 7000 rpm then went into tilt tonic ,it drives like a new car!
WARNING THOUGH IF THE transmission has not had a fluid change for a lot of miles you could end up with slipping transmission ,I stall tested mine prior to buying it ,it tested at 2000 rpm so I bought it ,one owner everything works and cost was £1300 with 1 years not and 6months road tax ,
Honda,s are a love hate thing love the tiptroic ,VTEC but Woking on it can be a bitch !

Ramon Schneider: It was funny watching you try n monkey kick that bolt loose to drain the tranny fluid then the sledge hammer! You lucky you didn't damage the threads on that bolt of worst widen the female end on the tranny case. :)

Will Faolin: Bro... Jackstands?

BtheKIDweekes: Dude, no need to break your foot lol. Get down there and give it some elbow grease 

hanky97007: Have you ever had the transmission service before this. That was pretty dark looking. Its good you plan on changing it out more frequently now. Honda has a dump and fill theory. If you stick to their recommended schedule enough of the old fluid come out for them to be happy. Honda claims not to have a filter but I found what looks like a filter mounted behind the radiator. You can also flush it by disconnecting the cooler lines and dump the one into a bucket while refilling fluid through the 17mm bolt. There a YT video on it check it out. Every time I bought a used car I change all the fluids. Maintenance goes a long way. I have a 2000 Accord EX V-6 and it shifts very nice.

Bianchi Sanremo: $25 buys you a pair of 3-ton jackstands at Walmart or Harbor Freight.  Bricks are not safe.

Franco g: when you said kick as hard as you can, i didn't actually mean you will do that but then i saw you doing it n i was like ok, well that will break it up even more then i saw the sledgehammer then m like ok, he mean business.

jose20673: My 2000 accord does the same I went to get new tires at leswab guy told me that clunk noise mite be your motor and tranny mounts

hunter tawney: recall info http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/problems/recalls/results.cfm?SearchType=QuickSearch&rcl_ID=11V260000&summary=true

hunter tawney: How does someone report on HONDA if you go down  this page you can clearly see honda has a problem  Honda transmission's seem to need to be recalled!!!!!! RECALLED RECALLED RECALLED I mean hell if someone pays $28,000 and up you would think they could get a reliable car one that would last !!! Dont you think so as well??
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