When the lube runs out the fill hole it is full. Depends on which Transmission you have. Manual Transmission, [http://www.drivetrain.com/transillchrydodge_nv4500.html NV4500] (TOPC)..........8.0 pints 
Manual Transmission, [http://www.drivetrain.com/transill_getrag290_.html NV3500]..........4.2 pints 
http://www.drivetrain.com/transill_getrag290_.html . Approximate, fill to level of fill plug. Like Clay said "When the lube runs out the fill hole it is full." Follow the links and see which Trans you have. Hope This Helps.
Your 1992 Toyota transmission will hold 12 quarts of transmission fluid, when it is empty. You can check the transmission fluid level with the dipstick.
It should hold 4.5 qrts.
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When you change the fluid and filter it will hold, 4.2 qts (3 speed trans.) 5.0 qts for a 4 speed.
about 7 litres
3.5 to 4 quarts with a filter change on the 4 speed auto.
5 qts. If its a 4x4 it may hold 6 qts.
Dry fill is almost nine quarts.
25.0 I looked it up in Kelly Blue Book I answered my own question
what is the total fluid capacity of a 2006 scion xb transmission hold
On a 1992 F-150 4WD the speed sensor is located on top of the rear axle. It is a small bracket and bolt that hold it in place on the axle.
The truck can hold up to 8 quarts of fuild, but always check the level first before adding more.
My 1991 Buick Century won't move or hold transmission fluid
typically the 1992 Mercury Sable can hold up to 16 gallons
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.
hold brake fluid
One possible answer is Yes. This is logically correct because it does hold "more than or less than" 5 ml of fluid since it does not hold that amount!The more prosaic answer is more than.
The 1992 Mazda B2200 will hold close to 17 gallons of gas. The 1992 Mazda B2200 is a four-cylinder vehicle.
actually, its not, cause it is in a form, and fluid is technically a liquid, they mean the same thing, so if jello were to be a fluid, it would hold its shape, so its a solid, takes hold of its own shape.
The 1996 F150 owners manual shows for the 5 - speed overdrive manual transmission ( Mazda R2 ) - 3.8 U.S. quarts ( 3.6 liters )
It tells you on the can. Normally they hold 8 fluid ounces
A 2001 Santa Fe will hold approximately 8 quarts of automatic transmission fluid. This fluid can be purchased at any auto parts store.
7 quarts if just a fluid change.