Can you please post some pics of your replacement of the filter process. Thanks.Ok I will change it friday.im installing new headlights and oem fog light friday.the filter is located under splash guard while i will be taken off when install fogs and lights.just dont understand why honda doesnt recommend it when doing drain and fill to transmission.to if then manufacturers went out of the way to make and add a external filter but doesnt recommend changing it ever then why bother making one
Take a look at this thread: https://www.crvownersclub.com/threads/where-is-in-line-transmission-filter.16786/#post-110304Can you please post some pics of your replacement of the filter process. Thanks.
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Thanks.....I just wanted to see the OP's filter picsTake a look at this thread: https://www.crvownersclub.com/threads/where-is-in-line-transmission-filter.16786/#post-110304
Don't have the '08 anymore. Now driving a '18.
Neither did Honda, at least for the second gen CRVs.Haha also doesn't recommend charging the engine oil filter at every oil change. SMH...
the filter you are referring to is to protect the Trans cooler in the event of a catastrophic trans failure. It does not filter the fluid of anything caused by normal operation. Changing it is a waste of time and money and a chance to create a leake where there wasn't one before....why weaken the clamps and hoses?I'm at 115k 2008 crv ,honda doesnt require to change the transmission filter unless you rebuilding the trans or something is wrong.i just dont see why honda doesnt require this .to me that normal maintenance.what does everyone think of this