IMO, Gilligan2017's instructions and the post #7
video would apply to any sealed transaxle using the plastic fill-level tube method to set the correct fluid level.
But since the procedure relies on heating the fluid to set the level, the filling section of both his instructions and the video can be simplified. Here's how:
Steps 1 thru 10, and the first 6 minutes of the video, involve draining the fluid (and changing the filter if desired).
Edit: I'm wondering why ANY fluid would drain in step 7 unless the transaxle was overfilled initially.
At this point reinstall the fill-level tube (called the overflow tube in the video) but not the drain plug
as step 10 says and he does at 7:55.
There is really no need to measure the amount of fluid that came out as step 11 says or he does at 8:30. So skip step 11.
In step 12 simply add new fluid until it starts to run out. Remember the drain plug isn't installed yet.
Steps 13 & 14 get simplified because with no drain plug the excess fluid will simply drain out the fill-level tube as it warms up. When the temperature hits 104F reinstall the plug (step 15) and the level is correctly set with less fiddling with the drain plug and handling warm oil in step 14 or as he does from 10:55 to 12:10.
I would highly recommend using an OBDII connected temperature measurement device like the ScanGauge he uses in the video. They can be set to monitor many different data streams from any vehicle or read and clear codes. Mine's currently setting on the dash of my Accord so I can quickly clear the dreaded IMA (Hybrid Battery Pack Deterioration) code ASA it comes up. (I do have an ELM327 and the app on my phone which would likely read transaxle temp but is way too slow at clearing codes.)