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some have drain others not.
why not get a full flush with filter.
avoid Jiphphyboobs.
go to a real shop with real ASE techs, and bingo a real fuse.

when you drain the pan about 1/3 comes out.
so if its filthy ATF, that dont cut the mustard.
worst case.
to do it right, you, drop the pan, (big huge flood) and then
replace the filter.
they put the new gasket, and seal it up and do
a full flush with the special machine, that replaces all ATF fluid.
(2 tanks and pump on a cart)
its not cheap but automatic shifting is a luxury. so you must pay.
not doing it right , invites low transmission life.
do it at the 60k mile service point.
(ignore all EPA bs to contrary)

Posted on Feb 12, 2014

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SOURCE: I want to know how much transmission fluid is

If it's a 4 cylinder engine it takes 2 and 3/4 quarts, if it's a V-6 it takes 3 and 1/2 quarts.

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