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Transmission I need to know how much transmission fluid takes

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1997 F 350 is the E40D trans,and on a pan drop,the capacity depends on whether 2wd or 4 wd,but 5-6 quarts on 2wd and 7-8 quarts 4wd.Depends on whether the filter is changed also as it soaks up a good bit of fluid.On an overhaul with new remanned empty torque convertor,again,the capacity depends on the engine,as a gas engine torque convertor is a little smaller than the diesel engine convertor,requiring less fluid.These guys can quote factory manuals all day long,but i'll tell you from real world experience filling them up,they will take up to 18 quarts on a rebuild depending upon engine,torque convertor size,and 2 or 4wd configuration.I always install 15 quarts and then start checking the level with the stick.

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The automatic 4R70W calls for 13.9 if equiped with oil cooler 13.2 if not

if you have the auto E40D it calls for 15.9 with cooler 15.2 without and this is 2wd
the E40D with 4wd calls for 16.4 w/cooler 15.5 without.
this is all measured in qts.

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