So after reading the 4 or 5 transmission oil change threads, I figured I'd start my own.
Here are the pics:
I was going to use a quart pump to pump in the oil from the check bolt location, but after reading that that bolt is only 7mm I decided against it (the hose of my pump was 8mm across!!)
I went the route of not removing all the stuff like the manual says. This is what I did:
First I bought the oil. I used www.paceperformance.com
12377916 -GM SyncroMesh Manual Transmission Fluid- Friction Modified
I ordered 3 quarts at 9.59 each plus 9.95 UPS shipping.
Then I went to the local Acura Dealer and picked up the two washers:
94109-14000 $0.36 - drain washer
94109-20000 $1.17 - fill washer
I opt out of the check bolt washer.
Next I got a really long black funnel from Fred Meyer for 2 dollars.
Then I got a 3/8 ratchet extension kit from Sears.
Next I put the car on ramps in the garage, I used Plastic Rhino Ramps. They are cool because 1: the car will actually go up them unlike my metal ramps, and 2: they have a cool rubber pad that grips the garage floor, so I don't slide into my wall.
I pulled off the long skinny bottom cover and saw the drain bolt. My garage was level so I realized that if I took out the drain plug, a good bit of oil will not drain out.
Then I brought the car down, turned it around and put the ramps on my downward sloped driveway. I hate having a steep driveway and this was the only time I didn't mind it as much. At this point the car was mostly level, slightly down in front.
Took out the Drain Bolt and let the oil drain into an oil catcher tub.
Then I took off the air filter cap and un-did the pipe clamp. I didn't disconnect the tube on the side of the air filter boot.
Now I could get my 10" plus 4" extension down to the fill plug. I took it off. I noticed the washer was pressed onto the housing pretty tight after the plug was out, I had to use a screw driver to pry it off the housing.
Then I put the funnel into the fill hole. It fit perfect.
I then torque down the drain plug with new washer to 29 foot/pounds using the torque wrench.
Then I put two quarts of oil into the transmission. I then put another 0.3l of the third quart in.
Then I put the washer on the fill plug site and put in the fill plug, holding on to it with the 10 inch 3/8 ratchet extension, then hooked up the 4 inch extension to the 10 inch one and torque it to about 33 foot/pounds. I could feel it crushing the new washer once it got to about 25 foot pounds.
Then I put the air filter cap back on put on the air filter boot pipe clamp, put the battery cover on. Put the bottom cover back on and drove around.