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Truck wont go over 25. checked trans fluid ! empty . put in three quarts same problem ?

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I have a 99 jeep it started acting crazy and checked the oil the dip stick said it was bone dry so I put 3 quarts in it and checked the oil again and this time it was about 3 quarts to much

my guess is you used the wrong dip stick,
i cant watch you mess up. jeep stated a 99 what?
wrangler, Cherokee or grand Cherokee?
so i bet you have an automatic trans, right?
then pulled the dip stick on trans thinking its the engine
or the reverse. bad news if true.
find someone that knows the difference or read the lost operators guide.

and error 2, the stick empty is not bone dry, not ever.
yes real low. so and 1/2 quart at a time , not 3 qt ever.
until the engine stick is at normal..

if this is a transmission, and you put engine oil in there
all hope is lost. and the method is hot running, to add ATF fluids.
unlike the engine method.
my best guess totally BLIND>

Aug 25, 2015 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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My trans working fine then it stop at once no revs or driv i checked the transfer case it is ok .like if i put it in neutral when i was driving 1998 zr2 4wd

This is a little out of my area without in depth questions.

ASSUMING that you have an automatic...
The least expensive thing you can do is to check your fluid level first then add one quart of Lucas transmission additive and let it idle for 20-30 minutes before trying to put in gear. If you feel it going into gear then its possible that the valve body was lacquered up and stuck.

NOTE: After driving three to five hundred miles and all is well drain/remove two quarts of fluid and add one more quart of Lucas or what and whatever trans fluid is needed to level. You do not want long term driving overfilled.

I am not associated with Lucas other than love their products.

If no work, sorry to say, get a mechanic or tow truck.

Good Luck!

Dec 08, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How many quarts does the 05 pacifica trans take

I have been working on cars for 40 years, however, I take my car to trhe local oil change shop for any needed transmission oil changes. It is messy and if you don't use the correct fluid or the proper amount you will end up paying a lot more than the cost of a transmission service. The entire transmission system should be flushed which requires the proper equipment. If you pull the trans pan and drain the 3 or 4 quarts of oil from the pan you will still leave several more quarts (5-6) of dirty oil in system. Let the professionals do the transmission service.

Just my opinion.

Jan 30, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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The other day my car started making a whirring type noise, we checked the trans fluid and there was none on the dipstick, so we put a half a quart of ATF+4 in it and drove about 3 blocks and it was still...

You should check the level when the transmission is hot.
Park the car on a level surface and take the trans through all the gears
Put in park and with engine running check the level.
If low fill until reaches teh FULL mark on the stick

Jan 23, 2011 | Dodge Neon Cars & Trucks

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My 1990 f350 would not move much in forward or reverse, already concerned I had a break hanging up, I used power numerous times to go back and forth to try and break it loose. I realizedt that the trans...

Well, I doubt it is low. I can't think of any Transmission that holds 6 quarts unless your torque converter was completely drain and even then I don't think it holds 6 Quarts. Pints maybe but not quarts. If the Torque converter was burned because you where driving it without fluid it would in fact give you this condition. I recommend you get a floor jack and elevate the whole front end and see if you can free spin the front wheels while the engine is running. Then repeat this test on teh rear wheels. Make sure you have the truck on level ground, block the front wheels and in neutral with the emergency brake released. Sounds like you might have a stuck caliper or your rear drums are locked by the pads or a sticking parking brake system. Every time you hit the brakes hard when backing up the auto adjuster on the rear brakes tightens them and it is possible they have tightened too far. I would check the brakes first then if they are good and the wheels are free turning by hand take the vehicle to a transmission shop and have the transmission checked.

Sep 20, 2010 | 1990 Ford F350

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Capacity of fluid for a transmission of a 2006 F150 5.4L Truck. Book says 13.9 quarts I emptied 3-4 quarts.

you must have just drained the pan? There is much more held in the converter. The one I am rebuilding this week is an 05 and doesn't have a drain plug on it (not many do anymore). A flush is the only way to change it all out. 13.9qts sounds like the total amount if the trans was completely empty, converter and all

May 31, 2009 | 2006 Ford F-150

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How much fluid does a automatic tranny take? it is the 4l60 e from a 96 camaro z-28

add three quarts (use Dexron 6) and then run engine until trans fluid is hot, at least 180 degrees F, the top it off with the 4 quart. it is critical that the trans fluid be hot, don't overfill!

Apr 15, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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01 malibu not shifting out of 2nd gear

Probably not a fluid issue. If the fluid is close to right, a little more or less won't matter. Is the speedometer working? If the speedo quits its because the trans output speed sensor has failed. This will cause the trans to lock into limp home mode. I've had good luck in these cases by buying the sensor (about $25) and put it in to see if it fixes the problem. $25 is a cheap experiment. The output speed sensor is very near the passenger side CV joint. Btw the trans and the firewall. Hard to reach. Easy to change. If the speedo is working the problem isn't the output sensor. Maybe the input speed sensor.

Feb 26, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Malibu

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Trans axle and transmission are the same in a front wheel drive car. After 25 oil changes, the trans fluid probably should be replaced anyway, if never done yet. Pontiac/Toyota do recommend synthetic trans fluid, which is quite pricey per quart from the dealer. If you did drain the trans fluid, and didn't replace it, chances are you wouldn't be driving right now. I do wonder how oil change #26 went wrong? Not criticizing, just wondering. Hope this helps.

Oct 15, 2008 | 2004 Pontiac Vibe

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