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How many litres does a 2002 ford explorer 4.0 L take for the trani and torq converter? also what would the best way for a guy in his garage to refill the trani would it be okay to fill it through the cooler holes? and should i replace the torque conveter seal im replacing it with a used trani with 118,000 kms

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Always replace the torque converter and output shaft seals...fill the trans through dipstick hole...any car parts store can tell you capacities,,,,and replace the filter too...Lee

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NOTE: dropping the pan alone will NOT change ALL the fluids - specifically the fluid that is in the torque converter. That would require a shop to perform a full fluid change with their specialized equipment. Answerdrop the pan, replace filter, clean pan replace gasket torq bolts to spec. refill to warm line on stick
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But the system should be flushed. Just dropping the pan and draining the oil and changing the filter on your transmission leaves all the used fluid still in torque converter. Have the system evacuated and totally replacing ALL the fluid is a much better approach. It will cost you more but if you plan on keeping the Ford, it's a worthwhile investment.


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