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Transmission fluid capacity

Instead of endless scrolling to find the answer, can someone tell me what the fluid capacity for my transmission on a 2006 F350 King Ranch 4WD?
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from empty or a pan drop ?
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from empty or a pan drop ?
Sorry, should have specified. Changing both filters and fluid so from pan drop.

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post #4 https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/gen...id-change.html

has different quantities for different procedures

it's also a good time to consider the 08 pan and filter

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When I dropped my pan and changed both filters, I put ~8.5qts back in and I was just under full once up to temp and running on level ground.

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Thanks guys, I got it all taken care of. The inline filter by the cooler was BLACK.
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