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How many quarts of transmission fluid takes ford 2001 super duty 250 4 w drive diesel 7.3 engine

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On average it is 8 quarts. You can ask part store and they will also know.

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About 15 if you have a flush machine do it. If you do a drain and fill you'l only drain about half of it out. so your not really gaining anything by doing it yourself

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Make : Ford
Model : F-350 Superduty Supercab
year : 2001
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Ford f250 2005 transmission how do you check the fluid and how many quarts do I use?


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My transmission gage went to hot & i noticed trans fluid dripping on my way home. truck still shifts ok. 2002 ford f-250 diesel 4x4


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My oil stick is at the add line. How much oil should I put in? And what kind of oil? Dont know the oil compacity on the engine.


You do not list the engine size. This truck comes with 3 engines. 5.4 V8, 7.3 Diesel, and a V10. Your owner's manual will list the capacity. The add mark normally means add 1 quart on a V8. Add 1/2 quart wait 5 minutes and check the level again. The 5.4 L V8 capacity is 6 quarts of 5w20 with filter change. If it is a diesel then it requires a special oil for diesels which is 15w40 weight and it holds 14.5 quarts.

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I have a 2001 ford f250 powerstroke diesel was driving and transmision started to slip drove about 3 miles and now wont move forward at all but reverse works fine


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