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Ford aerostar automatic transmission repair

How much fluid does the torque converter hold and how do I know when it is full?

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Lay it down flat and fill it about half way about 3-4 quarts. then install it onto the input shaft. Since the torque converter is part of the fluid drive system it will regulate its on its own when the rest of the fluid is added after the install. Hope this helps ~ Zach

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Article No.: 97-22-4
Date: 10/27/97
Transmission - A4LD, 4R44E/4R55E, 5R55E - Torque Converter Slip - Diagnostic Trouble Code (Dtc) 628 Or P0741 Stored In Memory
Ford:
1985 to 1993 Mustang
1987 to 1988 Thunderbird
Lincoln-Mercury:
1988 Cougar
Light Truck:
1985 to 1990 Bronco II
1985 to 1997 Ranger
1987 to 1997 Aerostar
1991 to 1997 Explorer
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