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I put two quarts in it and it wasn’t running out, so?
Looks like you stopped at step 5. After air bleeding it will take more than 2 US quarts.

1. Remove the filler plug (A) and the sealing washer (B).
2. Remove the drain plug (C) and the sealing washer (D),
then drain the rear differential fluid.
3. Remove the metal particles from the magnetic surface of
the drain plug.
4. Install the drain plug with a new sealing washer.
5. Refill the rear differential with rear differential fluid to the
proper level (E).
Fluid Capacity:
1.82 L (1.92 US qt) at fluid change
2.33 L (2.46 US qt) at overhaul
Recommended fluid: Honda DPSFII
6. Loosely install the filler plug with the used sealing washer.
7. Do the rear differential fluid air bleeding.
Start the engine.
Shift the transmission to P position/mode.
Wait for 1 minute.
8. Turn the engine off.
9. Remove the filler plug and the sealing washer.
10. Refill the rear differential with rear differential fluid to the
proper level.
11. Install the filler plug with a new sealing washer
 
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