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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Capacity of front and rear diff. in '03 Legacy GT, brake bleed?

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#1 shortlid


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Posted 19 September 2005 - 12:41 PM

Ok, part of the 30k service I will be performing on my Mom's '03 Legacy GT sedan with AT is a diff. and traany drain and refill. What is the capacity of Mobil 1 :D for the front AND rear diffs (I know the rear diff of the GT is Limited Slip) does that make a differince :-\ ?

When I drain and refill the 4EAT with the "sport shift option" how much Dextron III will I need to refill the tranny?

BRAKE bleed, will this '03 GT have the same X pattern to flush and bleed the ABS system as my '98 Legacy L wagon? I have the procedure for bleeding the ABS detailed in an old Endwrench mag.

#2 Legacy777



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Posted 19 September 2005 - 08:09 PM

You'll need about a quart per diff. Specific amounts is in the owner's manual.

You'll need about 5-6 qts of ATF fluid. The total capacity is around 8, but you never get all of it out when you just drain it.

Brake bleeding procedure is the same.

Right Front
Left Rear
Left Front
Right Rear

#3 shortlid


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Posted 20 September 2005 - 07:23 AM

Thnaks thats what I got!

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