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Leaking fluid in transmission

92 acclaim
trying to find out how many quarts go in transmission

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  • lpillard1 Mar 13, 2009

    I have a manual transmission on a 1992 plymouth acclaim and can't find where to fill it at. and was wondering if the differential oil is filled through the transmission.

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I assume u have an automatic trans., there are 2 types for that year, model 41TE, which to drain and fill for a trans fluid change is 4 qts, not including what's in the torque converter, and model 31th (14 bolt fluid pan) which holds 8.9 qts including the torque converter. Interesting how my source gave one w/ torque con. one w/out.

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