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What type of fluid goes in a 01 subaru outback transfer case with an automatic transmission, I drained the tranfer case attached to the tranmission and need to re-fill, it looked like atf coming out, just want to make sure. I don't have a book

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All auto trans takes the same trans oil its red and its called autotrans TQ 95. AND IT SHOULD TAKE ABOUT 3.5 LTRS.

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