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How much transmission fluid is needed to do the chevrolet 2013 captiva

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It should be in the owners manual under maintenance and capacities it depends on what you are doing, i think in an automatic a dump and fill it 4.6 quarts. remember over filling your transmission is as bad as under filling it and can cause similar issues. Make sure you use the correct fluid, automatic is not the same as manual. check the owners manual for all the information you need.

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