Q: Q: What type of transmission fluid do I use?

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I have a 1999 Honda Civic HX and the clutch stopped working. At first, it was rough switching between gears and I had to force it into gear just to get it home. I haven't driven it since, but when I started up and tried to get going the other day for the first time since then, it made a buzzing sound trying to get it in gear and the clutch was loose when I pressed on it. I'm thinking I need transmission fluid and probably an oil change as well, since the oil is leaking. So what type of transmission fluid do I need? Thank you! :)
My car has a manual transmission.

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