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My transmission fluid is very low, and I need to know how much it holds to fill it up.

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    yadayada May 17, 2011

    That is not how it works, how would i know how low it is??

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Most units hold about eleven or twelve quarts but you only need to concern yourself with filling it running, in park, till the fluid reaches the "full" line on the dipstick.

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