Greetings one and all,

I recently changed the transmission on my 03 Honda Accord V6 (Original could not go into reverse), I am trying to find out how much transmission fluid I should put back in it, I did some research online and some folks are saying 7 Quarts and some are saying 12. Can anyone here provide me with a credible answer to this question please?

I am trying to get my hands on a manual or someone from the Honda dealership to verify. If I find the info I will post the answer here, assuming no one replies before then.

Thanks Alot

1 Answer 1


According to page 364 of the Owner's Manual, the V6 model has a capacity of 6.9 to 7.6 US quarts.

If you did not drain the torque converter, you should start with the "change" amount, then check levels.

Do not over fill it.

Note: unsure if you have the coupe or sedan. I selected the manual for the sedan. I would thing the capacities would be the same, but check anyway.

  • I do have the Sedan, but Thank you so much for the answer and the manual.
    – andre3wap
    Mar 7, 2017 at 13:32

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