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Alright so say i have put 8 1/2 things of remission fluid and it has still not over flowed could that be bad??? and what do you have to do

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You put 8 1/2 qts of tranny fluid in there and What??? Where did you put it?? Do you have a dipstick?? Or filler plug on the side of the tranny? A filter change only requires 5 qts at the most, that is taking the pan down. A total rebuild requires 13. I don't know what you did, but something is wrong. You didn't dump it in the oil did you? Check it out. I'm dieing to find out.

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