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E4od fluid question.

How much transmission fluid does the e4od take if you just drop the pan and the filter?

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Anyone??? I need to change the fluid and i have no clue how much it needs!

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I believe it's around 7.5 quarts to change what is in the pan and filter but, your local auto parts store should have that info in their computers. If you still have your owners manual or a service book like Chiltons, etc, the info should be listed there as well.
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I found out. Its 8 quarts. Thanks for the help anyways!!!

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Yeah, mine took about 7.5 Quarts after a filter change...she shifts so smooth now!
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It is about 15 qts with torque convertor drained,Do you plan to change all the fluid?2wd versus 4wd,4wd holds more,larger pan and different filter

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just the pan and filter. Its 4wd

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just the pan and filter. Its 4wd
Why would you only do a job 1/2 way take the bellhouseing cover off and use a big screwdrive and turn the flywheel and get the drain on the bottom this is just another 4-5 quarts do it right
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Why would you only do a job 1/2 way take the bellhouseing cover off and use a big screwdrive and turn the flywheel and get the drain on the bottom this is just another 4-5 quarts do it right
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Well i'm limitted on cash right now and it needed to be done. Doesn't the fluid in the pan eventually mix with whats in the TC? Next time i do it i will do the TC as well.

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