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Guest Message by DevFuse

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So, how much trans fluid DOES a 3AT take?

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#1 Guest_Wagon Wagon_*

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Posted 01 August 2003 - 09:01 AM

Yes, sounds like a noob question, but I can't get a straight answer. The computer at the parts store says 3 quarts, I've seen some guys here mention 4 quarts, and the owner's manual says 7 quarts. So.... which one is right?

I started going from lowest to highest. With 3 quarts in, after moving the lever through all the gears (I haven't driven the car yet) , the dipstick was right on the full mark. Yet the owners manual says to add 4 more quarts?

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Posted 01 August 2003 - 09:30 AM

7qts is capacity, probably if the torque converter was drained too...

start with 3, run it, drive it, get it hot and check it again...4 is rightr if i remember correctly

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