How many quarts does a 2002 Civic hold?

The type of oil that the 2002 Honda Civic takes iS5W-20 and the reservoir has a capacity of 3.7 quarts with filter.

How much transmission fluid do I need for a 2001 Honda Civic?

The 2001 Honda Civic recommends using Genuine Honda ATF-Z1 (Automatic Transmission Fluid) preferred, or a DEXRON III ATF transmission fluid. The 2001 Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity is 6.2 US quarts (5.9 liters).

How much oil does a 2002 Honda Civic hold?

2002 Honda Civic Coupe Specifications

Engine Oil Capacity: Change (qt.) 3.2 3.5
Engine Oil Capacity: Change with Filter (qt.) 3.4 3.7
Engine Oil Capacity: Dry (qt.) 4.4 4.4
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What is the transmission fluid capacity?

In general, transmissions take about 9 to 13 quarts to fill completely. The amount of transmission you add will vary, depending on whether you are draining or replacing it all or you are just topping it up.

What kind of transmission does a 2002 Honda Civic have?


Model Line Overview
Engines: 115-hp 1.7-liter sohc inline 4-cylinder; 117-hp 1.7-liter sohc VTEC-e lean-burn inline-4; 127-hp 1.7-liter sohc VTEC-e inline-4; 160-hp 2.0-liter dohc i-VTEC inline-4
Transmissions: 5-speed manual; 4-speed automatic; CVT

How much horsepower does a 2002 Honda Civic have?

115 to 160 hp
2002 Honda Civic/Horsepower

How much transmission fluid does a 2002 Honda Civic LX take?

Generally a transmission will take up to 2 quarts to fill but, for your vehicle, you may want to purchase 3 to be on the safe side.

How much transmission fluid does a Honda Civic hold?

Transaxle Fluid Change
Transaxle Fluid Type Honda ATF-Z1 (all automatics)
Transaxle Fluid Capacity 6.3 quarts (4 speed auto)
(total including converter) 6.2 quarts (5 speed auto)
5.3 quarts (CVT auto)

What transmission is in a 2002 Honda Civic?

4-speed automatic
Continuous variable transmission5-speed manual
2002 Honda Civic/Transmission