Hey Scotty, I have owned a 1992 Honda Civic DX Automatic with 244,000 miles on it for about 3 years now. I got it around when it had 218,000 miles on it. According to my Honda manual, it says I should drain the automatic transmission fluid and put three fresh quarts in it every 30,000 miles or 2 years. I found the dipstick for my automatic transmission and the fluid was below the low marking. I have no current problems with my transmission, it just shifts a little hard. I was wanting to know do you recommend I drain the little bit of old fluid left in it and put some new Honda transmission fluid in it? I watched two videos on it and it seemed very simple to do. Let me know, thanks!

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go ahead and try that, just realize being that old, transmission is certainly worn inside and hard shifting generally occurs as they start to wear out