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How many quartz of transmission fluid does a 2005 ford F-150 take?

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Put Five quarts of transmission fluid Mercon V in it. Start the engine and take it for a short drive so the transmission shifts through all the gears and then check the dipstick level. You may need to add a bit of a sixth quart, but you should be fine with five. When you check the level and get it to the right mark write how much it took on a piece of paper and keep it in the manual or the glove box.

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