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I have a simple question. I have a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Pickup with a manual five speed tranny. I need to know how much fluid it takes to do a fluid changeout. Also the type of fluid best for this vehicle and type of tranny I have.

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Have a look here

http://dodgeram.info/tech/BRSpecs/fluids/specs.html

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