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How many quarts does a 96 ranger 2.3 automatic torque converter and tranny hold

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(5-6 quarts if the torque convener was drained) of fluid to the transmission through the filler tube

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    Add 3-quarts if the converter was not drained

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Best to call a GOOD transmission repair shop..

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