Question about 1995 Mitsubishi Montero
Hi,well this depends if the auto box has no oil at all meaning that the convertor will be empty if this is the case it will take at least between 5/6 Lts of oil, if your just topping up then i would advise you to do this first start the engine leave it on idle make sure its in park, on your dip stick your see to levels one cold and one hot this means that if your topping up when cold your need to indicate the level on the dipstick on cold,when you have had'ed some oil go into the car place your foot hard on the brake pedal and go through all the gears one by one while the car is on idle after check your level again.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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