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2003 Honda Crv Transmission Dipstick Location, Transmission Dipstick

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I know it can be a pain to find the dipstick on a 2005 CRV. I had to pull out the owners manual to find it. When I went to where it was supposed to be, literally on the tube there was a black rubber stopper instead of the “yellow loop” as indicated in the manual.My assumption is when my wife had the car serviced, the tech never put the stick back in and she drove off. I checked RockAuto, Autopartswarehouse & a few other websites. Does anyone have a resource for a new or used transmission dipstick? Obviously, it is marked for this tranny, a generic one might not “read” right.Any help you could provide would be appreciated.
No the tube had a rubber stopper on it- similar to what you might have used in your High school chemistry class.Need to find an OEM, aftermarket or used dipstick, since it will have the right calibrations for the CRV trans fluid
Just wanted to let you know I had the same problem a week ago locating the tranny dipstick on my 06. It ended up being directly below the battery mount seat there was some electrical cable running along the backside of the battery which didn”t help in visually locating it. If you dont see a large hole open on the top of your transmission then I dont think your missing a dipstick. I saw some funny looking things that looked like it should have been the dipstick location. Try looking below the battery seat on the backside should be just hidden from site.Hope this helps.

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MikeyP,Welcome to the site..like Lizzurd and Asiapearl1 said, I think you are looking at the breather cap. About 2 inches to the right of the cap is the dipstick (or the hole the dipstick goes into). Get a flashlight down in there, I”m betting you”ll find it.

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Mine is the same, rubber stopper over the hole. I stuck the oil one in there till it bottomed out and got no reading. Trying to find a used one now.
Just got a 2006 and was going through changing fluids, etc. Finally found that the Trans dipstick was under a cable. The opening looks to be about a 3/4″, The is where the dipstick goes. There is also a black rubber stopper over a smaller opening just to the left. Don”t mess with that! I would like to find a solution for rerouting that cable as it is a major pin to get the dipstick out, then back in again and pushed down (3 “clicks”) to ge the right depth for a reading. Anyone know if there is an extension or something for the dipstick? Thanks.

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MikeyP,Welcome to the site..like Lizzurd and Asiapearl1 said, I think you are looking at the breather cap. About 2 inches to the right of the cap is the dipstick (or the hole the dipstick goes into). Get a flashlight down in there, I”m betting you”ll find it.

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