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Accord v6 auto trans filter #5260980 11/07/19 04:07 PM
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Honda says there is no filter in their 5 speed auto for the 3.0 v6, but it is there. Under and behind the airbox.

At 130k miles even with drain and fills, it began to act really badly and I was ready to sell it. Instead found this filter, and changed it out. What a difference. Shameful Honda refuses to put this on the recommended maintenance schedule. Many probably died because this wasn't changed combined with lack of drain and fil long before their time.

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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5260991 11/07/19 04:18 PM
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It is weird that they don't mention them and I've heard of Honda service techs not even knowing they're there.

I know with the 2007 Honda Odyssey we owned years ago, the 4-shaft 5spd in it had one of these filters, but it's internal to the transmission and can only be replaced during a complete tear-down!


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261005 11/07/19 04:29 PM
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WOW. This is a first! Great info.


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261012 11/07/19 04:43 PM
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Pics of the old filter?

I sold my moms 98 V6 accord with around 175K..it had just begun to slip and i wanted rid of it.

Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261018 11/07/19 04:51 PM
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looks like a hose goes into it and three bolts hold on the cover.

Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: WhyMe] #5261029 11/07/19 05:05 PM
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What is the p/n of the filter please?


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261030 11/07/19 05:06 PM
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My 2004 CRV has an inline filter right below the radiator and above the sub frame is hiding really well.

The cost is around 28 bucks and will be replacing it very soon.

Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261046 11/07/19 05:27 PM
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Yep, my 2003 has that filter, and when they upgraded the 5 speed in 2006 they moved the stupid thing to behind the torque converter so you can't get to it without taking the trans and converter out. Real bonehead move on their part.


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: Gebo] #5261061 11/07/19 05:44 PM
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…. This is a first.....
Not really. Second link, I pm'd cchase after he did it to see how bad filter looked. His comment seen in link, not bad.

https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/foru...rd-trans-filter-need-changing#Post921768

https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/foru...176284/honda-at-fluid-change#Post3176284

Actual filter element part number 25450-RAY-003. While I don't vouch for specific ebay listing, parts for change are shown and listed. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-OE...0334360?_trksid=p2385738.m4383.l4275.c10

Link member "namegoeshere" (scroll) has good information on filter change this link.


Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261155 11/07/19 07:37 PM
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On an Odyssey forum, many people have changed these and based on visual inspection, they considered to be in great condition after 100k+ miles and felt it probably didn't need changed. Their opinion was if you change the ATF on a routine basis, which they did, it didn't need changed (just like Honda considers this filter).

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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261166 11/07/19 07:53 PM
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25450-RAY-003, element;
91302-RAY-003, gasket
and 91301-RAY-004, O-ring


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261285 11/07/19 11:10 PM
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I would also replace the pressure switches. There are 3 of them. I don't have the part numbers in front of me, but they tend to gradually fail over time as well.


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: zaffo757] #5261463 11/08/19 07:31 AM
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Oops, 2 sensors. These are my notes and parts list from doing the job on my 2003:

28610-RAY-003 (1) - Sensor
28600-RAY-003 (1) - Sensor
90471-PW7-A00 (2) – Gasket for Sensor
25450-RAY-003 (1) – Trans Filter Element
91302-RAY-003 (1) – Trans Filter Element Gasket
91301-RAY-004 (1) – Trans Filter Housing Oring
94109-12000 (1) – Trans Filter Tube Washer (Ordered 1, but should replace both. In reality, I could have reused all of the metal washers)


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Re: Accord v6 auto trans filter [Re: ctechbob] #5261507 11/08/19 08:05 AM
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Yep, my 2003 has that filter, and when they upgraded the 5 speed in 2006 they moved the stupid thing to behind the torque converter so you can't get to it without taking the trans and converter out. Real bonehead move on their part.
Not sure the source of that information, but know for a fact the 07 3.0L filter element location same as OP's, top of engine left side under air box housing. Diagram of 2007 3.0L confirms that, part #7.

https://www.hondapartscheap.com/aut...-cat/at-oil-level-gauge-atf-pipe-v6-scat

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