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Hey everyone.I decide to change the transmission fluid in my 07 CR-V AWD for the first time after doing some research. Everything went well it"s just I drained about 3.5L of fluid when the service manual states that I should only get 2.5L.I filled it up and ensure that the fluid is between the two marks on the dip stick. (see picture). It is between the two marks when the engine is warm or cold.I check my friend"s CRV 07 AWD and his just touches the dipstick(doesn"t hit the bottom mark on the dipstick) when the engine is cold.Do you guys think my level is correct? Did I overfill it? Are there any issues with it being overfilled?Thanks!Sh0wn
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As long as you measured what came out and replaced it with the same amount, you can"t go wrong. Sounds good. Use DW-1?What did the old fluid look like? Mileage it was used for?
I didn"t measure it exactly. I just filled it until I hit the mark on the dipstick. 135,000 KM. The fluid was a bit darker than the new one. I think it"s the DW-1. I guess the question is: Should it be between the two dots when the engine is cold / warm? My friend"s does not hit the bottom when it"s cold.
The owner"s manual indicates checking the level when the CRV is on level ground with engine shut off after one minute. The level should be between the marks. Sounds like your good.
I can"t figure out where to post a question. Maybe someone can help me out. My question is: I am going to try and replace atf fluid on my 2007 crv. I"ve been doing some research. Should I drive the car to heat up the fluid before draining?
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I can"t figure out where to post a question. Maybe someone can help me out. My question is: I am going to try and replace atf fluid on my 2007 crv. I"ve been doing some research. Should I drive the car to heat up the fluid before draining?
I also have a 2007 CRV and I am about to change mine for the first time. Has anyone pulled the transmission cooler line to flush out the converter while changing the fluid? I am curious to know which is the outlet and inlet lines. Thanks for the help.
I let our 08 2wd run till thefan kicks on. Drain it and fill with three qrts. Run it till the fan kicks on. Add half of a qrt. Drain and fill takes 3.5 qrts on ours.

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I also have a 2007 CRV and I am about to change mine for the first time. Has anyone pulled the transmission cooler line to flush out the converter while changing the fluid? I am curious to know which is the outlet and inlet lines. Thanks for the help.
You should look at the sticky note at the top of this forum. You"ll see that Honda specifically recommends NOT using any form of flushing system. And Google around for people"s experience with power flushes. You"ll find lots of bad reports. I have one to share as well... I took in my Silverado to my local shop for some maintenance. I ask them to only drop the pan, clean it out, put the pan back and refill the fluid. They tried to sell me on a flush, but I said no and that it would cause more problems than it solves. Of course, they gave me the standard lines of "we do it all the time", etc.. The tranny was fine before I took it in. When I pick it up, it seems the tech didn"t read my instructions and hooked it up to the power flush. While they didn"t charge me for that, the transmission now shifts VERY rough. The stupid flusher pushed all sorts of grime into various valves, etc. I"m about to try some Lucas product that might help. If it gets much worse, I"ll need some transmission work.