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How much oil does the transmission takes when services a 1998 2.5

Hw much oil does the transmission takes

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Depends on the transmission. Do you have a owners manual for the vehicle? if so it should tell you how much it holds. You can also call a dealer and give them your vin # which is the number right above your steering wheel near the windshield and they can tell you. You can also use your registration for the vin #.

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