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auto trans question

Discussion in 'Civic and CRX - EF' started by 1990whitecrx, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. 1990whitecrx

    1990whitecrx New Member

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    i ve got a 90 crx auto that ive got to change my drivers side axle,im sure ill lose a litlle ATF,so how do i drain and refill this trans? and i use Z1 fluid right?

    ive read that ill need a 36mm socket is that for the axle nut itself? lol seems big for such a lil car:eek:

    thanks in advance,steve
     
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    1990whitecrx New Member

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    lol no one?

    and what size it the b series axle nut while im asking i got to help a freind swap a gsr motor/trans into his rex and in turn ill be getting his ls motor/trans for my rex:driver:
     
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    04goat New Member

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    yep! i do believe that is the nut for the axle. and if you jack up the side you are going to fix you will not even lose any fluid. me and my son do honda swaps all the time. and we never lose fluid on a axle swap. just make sure that you leave the caliper on and use a screwdriver inside the rotor to loosen the nut. or have someone hold the break. hope this helps.
     
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    1990whitecrx New Member

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    your nuts!! i had ONLY the one side i was changing 2 feet of the ground and still lost all my atf!! had to run to the dealership for z1 fluid,never mind the fact i had to work in it THANKS
    :asshat:
     
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    1990whitecrx New Member

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    AND for future refrence the axle nut is 32mm
     
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