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how much fluid will i lose?

i need to change the bypass valve. i put a 6.0 cooler on and it's still 180 with the outside temp of 92, this is with a empty truck. how much fluid will i lose?

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your high enough I can't imagine it would be much ?

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i didn't think there would be any because when i did the cooler there was nothing in it(i assume that it drains back to the pan), but when i went to take the bypass loose it starting leaking. just trying to see how much fluid i need to get.

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When I did mine a few years ago, it was just a continuous trickle, mostly from what was in the lines. If you bought a quart, you should still have some left over when your done.

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