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How many qts on a tranny pan pull & converter drain

I just installed a new converter this week and now want to replace the tc solenoid in the morning b/c I still have a lock up problem.
Anyway, I am pulling the pan and will drain the converter. I bought 13 qts of Mercon V and the deep filter. Am I right on both????????????????????
My luck these days I will need the shallow filter and 15 qts of Dex III

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I could be wrong, but I thought the trans used 17qts?

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Yea, I just did 13 and still not on the stick, I replaced the tc soleniod block on the valve body, So I think I got all the fluid out.

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fill it till its on the stick. duh!

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I would put 10 in it. while youre foot is on the break slowly shift thru the gears stopping for a bit at each one. Do this from park all the way to 1 and than from 1 all the way to park. you should start to feel the change. Than check level and add.

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