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Genuine Honda Fluid 08200-9008 ATF-DW1 Automatic Transmission Fluid - 1 Quart

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  • Genuine Honda automatic transmission fluid
  • Meets Honda quality standards
  • Smoother shifting at low and high temperatures
  • Protects seals and O-rings with special ingredients
  • Low oxidation rates for longer transmission fluid change intervals
  • Item is non-returnable
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Product Description

Honda genuine fluids are the exact original equipment manufacturer (OEM) fluids that your vehicle came with. When you select a genuine OEM fluid - you can rely on the high quality and effectiveness of the product and brand without having to guess if the product will work in sequence with your vehicle. Protecting your investment is important and choosing the right fluids can be challenging. So don't risk another minute by searching and buying something that might work. Stick with what you know and choose a genuine OEM Honda fluid.

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Technical Details
BrandHonda
Model08200-9008
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions8.9 x 4.5 x 2.6 inches
Item model number08200-9008
Manufacturer Part Number08200-9008
OEM Part Number 08200-9008
  
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Best Sellers Rank #687 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 17, 2012
  
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Customer Reviews

The only fluid that works for hondas.
JX
I just bought it here because it was cheaper than anywhere else and I have prime so it is pretty much just as easy as going to the dealer or another auto parts store.
David
I highly recommand it to whoever that takes care of his/her honda.
Payman Hajiani

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Krauska on April 30, 2012
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I am not one who believes most of the "hocus pocus" on a bottle of engine fluids. I don't add stuff to my gas or oil because I have never seen or calculated any of the promised improvements and that includes 6 solid months of tracking every gas fill up when using a fuel injection enhancer.

This stuff, however, is not snake oil.

I had been having problems with the AT in my '93 Accord and figured I would give this a try. The real problem ended up being solved with some solder and a new capacitor in the TCU but the Honda Genuine ATF made a significant improvement even after that repair.

About two years ago I had the transmission flushed at a Tires Plus where they installed a "universal" fluid. At the proper intervals I switched this out for Valvoline's fully synthetic Dexron equivalent. I figured the hard shifting I noticed in low gears was just a symptom of an old car.

I followed the advice of the previous reviewer who recommended draining 3 quarts at a time every 100 miles as I found similar suggestions elsewhere on the internet.

When I put in the first 3 quarts of Honda ATF and it finally worked its way to the torque converter I noticed or rather stopped noticing that familiar chug when my car shifted from first to second. By the second 3 quart infusion even the second to third shift (by far the hardest in my vehicle) practically seemed non-existent when accelerating to highway speed (I did still notice it when cruising city streets.) Now that I have cycled the last 3 quarts in the second to third shift is very gentle even at city speeds.

I cannot begin to image what makes this chemical so different from even top of the line universal ATF's but the difference you feel is real.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By JX on March 1, 2012
The only fluid that works for hondas. Do not use any of those universal ATF your see around the place, they will mess up your honda transmission. This fluid is for Hondas. I am not saying it can or will work for any other vehicle. It was engineered for hondas, and it does a damn good job of it. The real test that an ATF fluid works well, is if it allows a vehicle to climb hilly terrains, without problems + smooth shifts on highways. I have seen people say their universal ATF fluid shifts fine on highways, (but they never tested it on hilly terrains).

I ran into that problem with a few high quality ATF on the market, and then I eventually went back to this OEM fluid. I had lost most of the tranny "power" for more than a year, and after I switched back to this OEM, all the power was restored. Now I can climb some of the steepest hills you can find - like an all-terrain vehicle ! No joke.... Its the only fluid I now use for Hondas, plus I do change it often - every 6 months (far less than the recommended 30k miles interval. I say better safe than sorry.

I have used Amsoil universal ATF, Castrol universal ATF, and the third ATF I cannot recall, since that was years ago. They all failed to deliver, despite they specifically claimed it would work in hondas (it was listed on all their labels - "Honda - ATF Z1"

Sidenote: Honda ATF DW-1 now replaces the Z-1 version. It is vastly improved over the previous version. Honda is phasing out the Z-1s. It is also backward compatible, so it can be mixed with Z-1. I have heard though, that the DW-1 is a synthetic ATF (but dont quote me on that...). So it would make it last even longer and resists heat better (if that is really the case).
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By R.Franz on April 25, 2013
When my '04 Accord reached 50K, I took it in to the dealer to have the trans flushed, because I'm aware of the problems Honda has had with its automatic transmissions. A year or so later, my '03 Accord hit 50K, so I took it in for the flush, but the dealer had stopped doing trans flushes at Honda's urging. Turns out that flushing can dislodge trash that then migrates into the valve body and causes fatal trouble. I was advised to just do a 3-qt drain and refill every time I do an oil change (at the recommended 10K intervals). Traded the '03 for a '98 Odyssey and started the fluid changes on that one at every oil change (7,500 mile intervals). Now the '04 Accord has 142,000 miles and the Odyssey has 227,000 miles and both transmissions operate like the day they were new, and the fluid stays cherry red. I've yet to feel the first bit of shuddering from the torque converter at a steady 40-55 mph. This is probably even more crucial on Hondas than other makes because Honda auto transmissions have no filter to replace. A drain/refill of the fluid is the only preventive maintenance that is available to you. My cars are proof that with regular maintenance and Honda fluids, you can actually achieve very high mileage on the original transmission.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr. H on April 11, 2014
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We bought a used Odyssey that was kind of klunky when shifting. Changing the fluid is a really easy job. You need a breaker bar, 17mm socket, a 3/8" socket, about 1' extension for the socket, and 4 quarts of this fluid. You also will need one of those really long neck fillers.

A dump / fill on our van took 3.5 quarts.

The van shifts like butter now. Much improved.
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