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Posted on Apr 08, 2015
There isn't enough detail in your question to provide a good answer but I would start with about 4oz more than you took out. If you can, please provide the model and other pertinent info such as 2WD, 4WD etc. and I'll try to provide a better answer. Most auto transmissions I have worked on take around 4 quarts for a drain and fill though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Best thing to do is go to a transmission shop with a tech 2 scanner and have them scan the truck and do a transmission line pressure test. Your lock up clutch could be slipping and you may get a few more years by having your transmission line pressure raised. The tech 2 should be able to do this so you don't have the drop the transmission. It's not a permanent fix, it's just going to give you a few more years before your lock up converter clutch gives way. Good luck and hope this helps saves you some money before you have to replace the worn parts.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
There is no dipstick for the transmission in these vehicles. There is a check plug underneath the car, just a couple inches above the transmission pan. You must have the car running in park, at normal operating temperature, and pull the plug. The fluid should be level with the check hole.
To fill, run the car in park, pull the plug, remove the red cap on top of the transmission and fill until it pours out of the check plug.
It will take 6.9 quarts of tranny fluid.
If you have any more questions dont hesitate to ask!
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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