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I have changed my transmission oil twice and still after a couple of days use it continue to look like chocalate.... Reason why I changed it is on acct my trans has been shifting rapidly b4 its time, kinda rough sometimes 2, I am trying 2 understand why!!!.. Thanks

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Did you replace the tranny filter in pan? Did you remove the torque conferter and replace? this holds around 4 -6 qt's it's self.

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