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How many quarts of transmission fluid does it take for 2004 jeep wrangler

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Hi, if you just changing filter and fuild it holds 4Qt of atf+4 transmission fluid.If transmission been replace it holds 8.8Qt. If you need further help just re post.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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