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How many quarts of transmission fluid for 2002 4.7 dodge four wheel drive

2002 4.7 v8 dodge 1500 four wheel drive

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Automatic depends on why it's being added. If bone dry try 8 quarts and check. Always check warm in no gear, if you can't be carefullllll not to over fill. Atf +4 is what dodge automatic. take

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You have to use ATF4 transmission fluid for the dodge caravan. If you changed the fluid and the filter, a quick relearn has to be performed by a technician. It requires a special computer device. Hope this helps.

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5 quarts

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