How many quarts of transmission fluid for a 2005 trailblazer?
Automatic Transmission 5.0 quarts (4.7 liters)
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Answer . \nThe E40D transmission takes 14 qts. of Dexron 3 when the pan and converter are drained. The manual transmissions take about 3 qts of Dexron, not the regular 90 wt.gear oil.HTH. Mike
Well my 2000 Impreza holds 3.75 L ... Your best bet is to CAll subaru !!! They will be able to tell you right away... The other option is to look in a search for specs on your make and model of car... it should come up. According to my Chilton manual the 1984 Subaru GL holds between 10.8 and 12.6 p…ints, unless it is a 4WD then it should hold between 12.6 to 13.6 pints. ( Full Answer )
How many quarts of transmission fluid does it take. what else do you need when you change the transmission fluid?
Your owners manual should tell you, but if that's not available... 3T40 transaxle - 4.0 quartsAll others.. 1995 and earlier - 6.0 qrts1996 thru 2001 - 7.0 qrts2002 - 7.4 qrts Manual transaxle(about) - 2.1 qrts
depending on transmission... mine is an A413 3Speed,4... 3 for trans itself and 1 for torque converter... Make sure that you use ATF+3 or 4... they quit making ATF+3 i believe or atleast that's what ive heard since you cant find that anymore so make sure that you use ATF+4... Dextron and stuff is ma…ke mainly for stuff like Ford and will distroy the Chrysler made transmissions ( Full Answer )
People at the auto parts store tell me 13.5 it you rebuld trans. 13.5 or just removing trans pan and filter 7 qt.
The manual has all your capacities listed. If you need more help join the forum at www.trailvoy.com
The 1996 Honda Accord transmission has a fluid capacity of 5.3quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with thetransmission fluid dipstick.
Acoording the manual 2.6 maximum. But I bought 4 quarts, and believe me 3 quarts you will need for sure. And 1 quard just in a case of emergency. If you have to add or so. You will need at least 5 quarts of transmission fluid, new transmission filter and new pan gasket, safety glasses, silicon glo…ves, hex 10mm, wrench 10 in metric system, oil syringe. Put your car on the parking breaks. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. Lift the car up and put it on jacks. wait the transmission fluid cools down (temperature can be so high that it will easily damage your skin). You should work with oil really careful, don't contiminate the floor and environment. Use a special plastic or metal oil pan. The oil pan should be wide enough to prevent going oil on the floor. After that loose the drain bolt and then remove it comlitely, drain out all the fluid out of transmission body. It requires about 10-45 minutes depending on temperature around. After take the pan away and crowl inder your car. Now you have to replace the transmission filter. To do that remove all bolts keeping attached the transmission bolts. be careful when you are removing last ones. Because there is still a little bit of fluid on the pan. Always use safety glasses. Remove the pan. Now you need to clean the pan from small metal parts amd sedimenations. To get a special liquid (it's called degrease liquid) in any auto part store. Be careful with small magnets on the inners side of the pan. Mark it's positions before cleaning, you should put magnets on the same places. When you cleaned the pan, install carefully magnets back on the previously marked positions. Now you have to remove transmission filter, you will see it right after you removed the pan, it is attached with 3 bolts. Remove the filter and install new one. Be extremelly carefullt working around transmission it has many fragile parts . After that put the pan back with a new pan gasket. It's better to use a torgue wrench but if you don't have it it's ok. Just make sure that you tightened everything properly. Put the drain bolt back and tighten it. Now you need need to drain out the transmission fluid from differential (if you have it) because Camry has independent rooms for the tranmission and differential. Loose the differential drain bolt and remove it, don't forget to the oil pan. Wait about 20 minutes. Then put the drain bolt back and tighten it. You have to find the bolt to check and diffential liquidl. It's on of the diffrenttial sides. When you find it remove. Use the iol syringe to add fluid in the diffrential. When it's enough it will start to come out of the differential throught the check level/add bolt. Wait when it stops to come out. Then out the bolt back (diffrential requires about 1.6 quarts of transmission fluid). After that add about 2.4 quarts of transmission fluid in the transmission throught the dipstick channel. Connect the cable, wait 5-10 minutes to let the fluid spred within the transmission. Start the engine and wait 1 minute, check the transmission diptstick level, if it's under minimum add more, the level should be somewhere in between min and max levels. Be extremelly carefullt working around working engine. If the level is too low add a lit bit, everytime add a little bit and wait 1-2 minites to prevent overfilling the transmission which can cause damage. You must dispose the fluid according to federal and state laws. ( Full Answer )
\nI JUST CHANGED MINE LAST WEEK. IT TAKES 4-5 QUARTS BUT MAKE SURE THAT YOU GET IT FROM THE DEALER BECAUSE IT DOES NOT TAKE ANY TRANS. FLUID.
What year, more than 1 transmission has been used. A 2001 takes 6.2 US quarts of SK ATF SP-III and a 2006 takes 6.4 US quarts (same spec) There may be others...that's why the year is needed. Good Luck
Best place to look for vehicle fluid specs. is at www.amsoil.com. Click on their "online application guide", follow through with your make-year-model. Of course they will recommend their product, which is excellent, but I have found that that year and range of Mazda 626's require "Dexron II". Use a …"synthetic" version when possible and you will run cooler and your tranny will hold up better!. Best place to look for vehicle fluid specs. is at www.amsoil.com. Click on their "online application guide", follow through with your make-year-model. Of course they will recommend their product, which is excellent, but I have found that that year and range of Mazda 626's require "Dexron II". Use a "synthetic" version when possible and you will run cooler and your tranny will hold up better! ( Full Answer )
You did not state which year, model, engine type & transmission type- auto or manual. This question cannot be accurately answered without these details.
If your changing the transmission filter, it takes five quarts. if it's completely dry, like a rebuilt unit freshly installed, it should take about ten quarts.
The exact amount varies by application and pan style. Assuming it's completely dry, converter and all, the correct procedure would be to add about 7 quarts before starting, then add fluid with the engine idling till it comes up the the full mark. Total amount needed could be 9-12 quarts.
5 qts in the trans plus 2.4 qts if you drain the torque convertor. do not fill all at once or will come out overflow. put 5 qts in, start engine and shift through gears while parked to fill torque convertor, then fill the rest. Torque convertor has a drain plug accessible through rubber plugs in bel…l housing. bump starter until it lines up. The stock fluid can be replaced with a premium synthetic fluid with better results than the overpriced sprinter atf. ( Full Answer )
It takes six or seven quarts of transmission fluid to fill it in anescort zx2. Its good to buy an extra one in case it's needed.
Answer: . A 1999 Lexus GS300 requires 2.0 quarts of automatic transmission fluid. Factory recommendation is Toyota T-IV ATF.
It is important to replace old transmission fluid with the right amount of new transmission fluid. The 2005 Ford Crown Victoria has a transmission fluid capacity of 5 quarts.
The 1972 Ford Ranger pickup truck transmission holds 12 quarts oftransmission fluid. The 1972 Ford transmission can only use atransmission fluid made for Ford transmissions.
Is it a deep or shallow transmission pan? In a shallow pan, it's 8 quarts not including the torque converter. 12 if you do include the torque C.
about 7. there is an over flow screw located from underneath on the side of the transmission.. as soon as the fluid starts to come out there it is full
The transmission holds 8.6 quarts total including the torqueconverter. A fluid change takes about 5 quarts. Use the dipstick toavoid over filling.
The 2002 Tundra takes 3.8 qts of the basic dextron type fluid. I was told by the parts dept and two mechanics at a dealership it took 2 qts, WRONG! I drained the fluid and discovered it was near $ and then found the specs later. I didn't want to mix brands so I stayed with the Toyota fluid (which co…sts more). hope this helps ( Full Answer )
I just replaced my transmission on my '87 Town Car and PartSource told me that I need 11.6 L (or 12.25 quarts) of fluid.
How many quarts of transmission fluid does it take to fill up a 2005 Toyota corolla automatic transmission?
Off hand its around 4 qts. did you check the owners manual, yes it is in their under capacities
Go down to your local Parts Source store or parts store and they have a micro fish and/or computer help program that will answer this question. Check what transmission you have first in your paperwork.
I recently had this done and it takes about 7 quarts to change it. cost about 40 bucks at auto zone.
The newest and most up to date version of Dextron fluid. It is all backwards compatible however contains the latest and greatest antiwear agents etc. Not sure if it is 4, 5, or 6 by now? LOL! www.trailvoy.com All the answers for your Trailblazer from true enthusiasts!
Depends on what kind of transmission you have ,on a transmission 4LE80 needs approx 14 quarts when changing the fluids in the entire system ,if you are changing just the fluid on a transmission pan it's only five quarts.
14 quarts of transmission fluid with torque converter emptied, 7-8 quarts of transmission fluid with just the pan removal and pan emptied.
This is well detailed and illustrated in the Owners Manual - along with fluid type specifications, dipstick illustrations and more. See "Related Questions" below
i have a 2001 mdx & the owner's manual says 9 quarts of ATF total, however keep in mind if you pull the drain plug, only about 5 quarts come out since 4 quarts or so will stay sitting in the tranny & torque converter. The best thing to do when changing the ATF is the "3x3" method where you drain 3 q…uarts, then fill 3 quarts of new ATF, drive it around making sure you go through all the gears including reverse, letting the tranny get up to normal temp, then repeat the drain & refill process 3 times (3x3=9quart total capacity) good luck Save ( Full Answer )
Depends on the model, year, and transmission installed. Please ask a new question with that information included.
I have a ford escape 2005 xlt 4wd 3.0 engine and my owners manual says.............. 10.6 qts.
If the convertor is empty, probably about 8 or 9 quarts. Talk to the guy that built the trans, but most people like type F.
many times it will take more than 4 my suggestion would be to first place lucas oil stabilizer and the put approximately 3 1/2 quarts of the oil if not put 4 and one lucas oil stabilizer the lucas replaces one quart of oil the lucas is very effective and makes the oil alot smoother
According to my factory service manual a 3 speed transaxle uses 5 quarts of transmission fluid.
How many quarts of transmission fluid are required to change transmission fluid in 2005 Chrysler Town and Country?
I had my 2005 drained,cleaned and filled yesterday at the dealer.They used 6 quarts. Surprised at the low price for each quart($4.95) for atf+4 since even online it's more expensive than that.Have 93k on just purchased car w/no history. Service writerrecommended not to do pressure flush.
civic dx auto trans should not be flushed.Just drain pan and clean magnetic plug and add 3.2 litres of genuine Honda atf.Drain again in about 6 month so you capture the fluid in torque conv.
The dealer informed me that it takes just over 5 for a dump and fill so you will need 6qts. Make sure to change the filter.
Oil Capacity . 10 quarts (US). Recommended Oil . Genuine Nissan ATF Or Equivalent Type DEXRON II-E. For a manual transmission it is: . Model No. RS5F50V . 9.0 - 9.5 pints (US). Model No. RS5F50A . 9.5 - 10.0 pints (US). Viscosity . SAE 80w-90.
The TOTAL capacity of a Turbo 350 is around 9.3 quarts, this is including the converter.
If you have a 3-speed transmission, the total capacity is 8.5qts, with 4-4.5qts of that in the pan. If it's the 4-speed, it has a total capacity of 9.1qts, again, probably 4-4.5qts in the pan. I only know the 3 speed for sure because that is what I have.
How many quarts of transmission fluid does it take to fill up a 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7 hemi automatic transmission?
If completely empty it can hold up to 12 quarts. If completely empty it can hold up to 12 quarts.
Look on the dipstick. mine says how much. or, you can look it up online for your truck
If you drain only the pan it will take 3 quarts. If you drain the entire system including the torque converter it will take 6.9 quarts. Do not overfill. Warning: Use only genuine Honda ATF-Z1 A/T fluid and nothing else. Do not use a universal fluid that claims to be compatible.
I was looking at the 2005 Ford Freestar owners manual and it shows for the automatic transaxle ( 13.7 quarts ) That of course would include the lines and the cooler along with the converter and transaxle
Five to six quarts as long as it hasn't drained the torqueconvertor. If its bone dry and new, 12 to 13 quarts
2.5-3 quarts. After the last fill, use the dipstick to verify it's properly filled. Honda (unlike everyone else) wants you to check the transmission dipstick with the engine warmed up but NOT running.
It depends on the year and transmission. Most filter service takesabout five quarts. Total capacity can be as high as twelve quarts.