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Transmission fluid I have just drained fluid. How many litres do i put in?

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There is not usually a gauge for transmission fluid while the car is running you must pull the dipstick under the hood wipe it of reinsert and take out dipstick to read the results on bottom of dip stick there should be a hot reading line the fluid should come to .....or it could possibly say full or add also

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