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Old 01-21-2019, 11:23 PM
miketexas miketexas is offline
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Does it need more than the factory 4 or 5 quarts. To prime the pump or something?

It was full when it died, I can only work on the assumption that the mechanic filled it up all the way after swapping it
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If it was extremely low it would not have worked at all. Dry the trans holds about 12 to 13 quarts.
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Old 01-25-2019, 03:49 PM
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Does it need more than the factory 4 or 5 quarts. To prime the pump or something?

It was full when it died, I can only work on the assumption that the mechanic filled it up all the way after swapping it
If it was extremely low it would not have worked
at all. Dry the trans holds about 12 to 13 quarts.[/QUOTE]
Thanks, this is really helpful, I got it back and was driving nice and easy when it slipped, it's no longer full
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