|Brand||Red Line Oil|
|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 3.9 x 8.6 inches|
|Item model number||30504|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||30504|
|OEM Part Number||30504|
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Red Line 30504 D4 Automatic Transmission Fluid - 1 Quart
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I did some research online and found out that Honda has had many problems with their post year 2000 transmissions in several vehicles, including the Accord. But several people had replaced their transmission fluid with Red Line D4 ATF and also installed an inline Magnefine AFT filter. (Honda's ATF filter is internal to the transmission and is not changeable.) Seeing that many others had good results, I figured the $50-60 for the price of an full ATF change it was worth a try.
Immediately after doing a full fluid replacement (and I mean the very first drive) I noticed a dramatic improvement in the shifting. I almost couldn't not feel the car shift at all anymore and could only tell by the engine noise and tach. I don't recall the transmission every shifting that smoothly. I cleared the engine light/warning code, and have been driving fine ever since. That was over 3,000 miles ago.
I've since done a D&R on my 2008 Odyssey and also noticed that the sifting is much smoother. So glad to have found out that this was a possible solution and avoided the complete transmission replacement. Saved me over $4,000. I'm planning on a D&R on each vehicle each time I do a standard oil change. 2-3 quarts/change is very cheap insurance against replacing a transmission.
I don't review many items, but I'm so pleased with the results of this product, I had to give it kudos.
Remember: the Honda V6 has a fill port (17mm capscrew) on the drivers side top of transmission, with ATF stamped on the screw head. Four cylinder ATF addition is done through the dip stick port.
Oh man, was it ever worth the $130 investment! I first got the car jacked up, and loosened the drain. I'm not kidding, I don't think my fluid has been changed in the 107,000 miles on the car. It was pretty dark, and although there was no "sludge," I wasn't happy with the consistency of the old fluid. I spent a couple hours doing the 3x3 fluid change. First of all, it's a comforting feeling knowing I've got clean, fresh, red fluid in there. Secondly, HOLY CRAP! The car drives like it's brand new! No more "gear guessing" or chatter or anything! Shifts are smooth, clean, crisp, etc. I didn't realize how sloppy the shifts had become until I replaced the fluid with this stuff. If you're even contemplating trying this stuff out, DO IT! Thank you, Red Line, for allowing me to begin enjoying my dream car!!!
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Bought for my 02 V70 that was slipping in second gear. Did a quick drain and fill and it smoothed out the shifts dramatically. Will be ordering again.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer