Anything over about 4000 lbs makes stopping very dangerous in mine (manual drum brakes), and the 360 starts to feel a little strained on steep hills. Mine has a C6 auto tranmission. If I had a manual trans and power disc brakes I'm sure I could tow a lot more.
I have both a '78 F250 trailer special and a '78 F350 camper special. They both have the same engine and transmission. My camper special has an extended wheel base( not all have this feature, only a few) and a double leaf spring in the back. It came from the factory with camper tie-downs instaled. It also has the spare tire were the side utility box is on my trailer special. My trailer special has a larger rear axle, I think its a 10.5in as opposed to a 9.0in the camper special. Other than that they are pretty much the same truck. Hope this helps. 78_ford_fanatic
Depends on model and engine
The 1994 Plymouth Duster transmission has a capacity of 12 quarts of fluid. The manufacturer recommends that the transmission is never overfill.
Engine oil capacity is 4.5 quarts. Transmission total capacity is almost nine quarts.
The engine oil & transmission are lubed by the same oil, just keep the engine oil to it's full level & it will be fine. Total capacity is about 2.54 quarts
Engine capacity is 4.5 quarts. Transmission capacity is 9 quarts.
Total capacity is 9 quarts ATF+4
Total capacity is nine quarts of atf+4
6qts with filter
Yes, it should drop right in.
A 1998 Chevy S10 with a 4.3L V6 engine and automatic transmission has a towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. That is what the manual and manufacture states. However you should not tow anything that weighs more than your vehicle UNLESS what you are towing has brakes(such as a camper) and actually assists in your stopping. That is just a safety tip.
It takes 1.6 quarts of engine oil.
9 quarts total.
No one answer, since there is no ONE V6, no ONE transmission, and no ONE vehicle.
If i wanted to change my transmission fluid in my 2001 dodge grand caravan with a 3.3 liter engine, how many quarts would it take?
Engine = 1900cc Transmission = 948cc Final Drive = 150cc
with 2.5 H25 engine is 7.1L
Standard cab with a 4 cylinder engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5600#. Standard cab with a 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 6000#. Extended cab with 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5500#.
It is the special transmission that converts engine horizontal motion to vertical rotation for the rotor
According to the 2001 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : For the 4.0 liter V6 engine : The engine cooling system capacity is : ( with manual transmission / 13.0 liters / 13.7 U.S. quarts ) ( with automatic transmission / 12.5 liters / 13.2 U.S. qyarts )
Engine, 4.5 quarts. Transmission, 9 quarts.
As I recall it is 12,800#.
9.1 quarts including the torque converter