it depends on the trans if it is a 3 speed std or a 4 speed std or an automatic auto matic will hold abouta gallon if you remove the pan ! 3 speed std will hold about 1.5 qts get 2 qts and fill untill it runs out the hole ! also true with the 4 speed std fill until it comes out the hole use 85-140 in the std units if in the south and 75-85 up north ( like a rock )
The Chevrolet Express 2008 can hold 11.2 quarts of transmission fluid.
If you are asking how many bolts hold it to the engine, Then it is 6 2 on the top and 2 on each side. If that was not your question then PLEASE ask it again.
Super Ten is a transmission, not a truck type, and doesn't indicate the layout of the truck.
My 2009 Chevrolet Silverado holds 26 gallons of gasoline.
Most of the Isuzu npr trucks holds 6 and a half quarts of transmission oil.
A 98 Chevrolet 3500 truck holds 3 gallons of antifreeze. Much of the coolant is stored in the block which is difficult to completely drain when servicing.
probably 4 quarts. Any auto shop will tell you
You will need to remove Transmission, And you will see it in the bellhouseing. 4 bolts hold it in place.
The amount of dirt a dump truck can hold depends on the size of the dump truck. The average tri axle dump truck can hold 12 cubic yards of dirt, and a quad axle can hold 14.
YES. It will have 3 bolts that hold it in place in the bell housing. Must remove transmission to service.
That amount of chickens that a chicken truck can hold will vary. This depends on the size of the truck as well as the size of the chickens that are in the truck.
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.
As long as the chassic will hold the motor and transmission, you should be all set.
The volume that a dump truck can hold depends on the size of the truck. You could say that there is no 'typical' dump truck. The horsepower, the axle weight, and the size of the box are a few of the features that determine how much the truck can hold and haul.
There are a number of options for one looking to purchase a 1986 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. One can contact their local used dealership. Or alternatively, websites such as Oodle, Auto Anything and eBay sell them.
It depends on the transmission, which you did not list.
Your drive shaft won't go out it will either bend or break.... The universal joints that hold it to the transmission will go out but that's about it
Gravity does that. Better cruise control systems will downshift an automatic transmission to hold the vehicle back.
As many as it was designed to hold. "Super Ten" is a transmission (and one which has largely fallen out of favor, at that), not a vehicle.
It depends on what engine and transmission you have. The manuals hold 4-5 quarts. The automatics hold 10-12 (gasoline) 15-16 (diesel).
The Malibus from 97-02, with the 3.1L V6 engine hold 10.6 qts trans fluid total.
a pick up truck can hold up to 1000 pounds
it depends on how big the truck is