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When changing transmission fluid at the fill plug how do i know if my torque converter is full

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When it overflows at the fill plug, which is actually a 'level plug'.

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SOURCE: 727 torqueflite transmission fluid capacity

About 3 quarts,then check with engine running and in Neutral.

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fourth clutch passage could be stop up fourth clutch seal could be leaking.3 and 4 shift valve could be stuck.

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SOURCE: 2009 Hyundai Sonata automatic transmission

You add fluid in the same pipe the dip stick is in. Remove the dip stick and insert a funnel and add fluid through there. Check it frequently since there is no way to remove fluid easily if you over fill the transmission.

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