I have a 2004 CRV stick I have had it since new. My retirement car. 150k. It is now been replaced but is kept for a spare and for a winter around the town car. Its in great shape.
My Official Honda dealer has raised the price of the manual trans. oil change to $125. Being a retired aircraft mechanic, I can do work myself but prefer to let dealers do the dirty work.
$125? I got out my OEM maintenance manual and took a look. OK, there is a special fluid with a Honda part number, like the rear axel takes the dual pump fluid, which I do myself cause its child's play. But the manual
doesnt seem to make this look like a hard job????
Am I missing something? There are two crush washers of some size, probably a torque wrench setting or two, ....and two quarts of fluid....how hard can it be?