It is important to know the fluid capacity of a car. The 1998 Jetta holds approximately two liters of Transmission Fluid, which would be a little over 2 quarts.
It is important to maintain the fluid levels of a car with the correct fluid types. The transmission fluid type for a 1998 VW Jetta is Universal ATF or ATF 1 fluid.
The 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 transmission has a fluid capacity of 8.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
The 1998 Dodge Avenger has an automatic transmission. The transmission fluid capacity on this vehicle is 9.2 quarts of fluid.
Can a 1998 Chevy Malibu LS hold more than 6.9 quarts of transmission fluid/or how many quarts does it take to fill up the transmission after being drained?
V.W. recomends you use d.o.t. 3 brake fluid
6 or 7 qts of tranny fluid, when replacing transmission fluid
Dry fill is about 9 quarts
75w 90 if you have a manual transmission.... 2.8 quarts.
7 AND 2/5 Quarts
When changing the transmission fluid and filter of a car, it is best to know how much transmission fluid goes back into the car. The 1998 Bravada takes close to 12 quarts of transmission fluid to fill.
5 speed manual 3.4 quarts 6 speed manual 4 quarts automatic 5 quarts
Automatic dry fill is about 9 quarts.
6 or 7 qts
According to the 1998 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : The 5 speed manual transmission takes ( 2.8 U.S. quarts of Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid )
Filter change, about 5 quarts Dry fill, about 9 quarts.
It holds 9.8 quarts. If you are changing the fluid make sure you use Dexron V fluid, which is the oem fluid.
No, not without modifications.
I used up to 4 on my 1998 malibu.
Dry fill is about 9 quarts.
For the automatic transmission including the torque converter the capacity is 17.7 quarts, for the manual five speed 3.4 quarts, and the manual six speed 5.8 quarts.
You can check the transmission fluid level in your 1998 Chevrolet Corvette with the transmission fluid dipstick. The transmission fluid dipstick will have indicating marks as to the level of the transmission fluid.