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I have a 1996 jeep grand cheroke 4x4 6 cylinder. i bought a transmission filter kit . i draind out the old fluid from the pan. so how many quirts does it take to replace back the transmission fluid.

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Approx 4 qts.Give or take a few drops:)
Hope this helps

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