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How many quarts of transmission fluid do you use in a 1976 Chevy 350 turbo?

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2011-09-13 02:49:19
2011-09-13 02:49:19

If it is just from a pan removal. put in 4 then check it. If the trans was removed and the convertor was drained, it takes about 12 quarts.

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