yea u can,
Automatic Transmission fluid
Total transmission capacity is around 16 quarts.
Dexron III automatic transmission fluid. Should be the same for HICAS if equipped.
The dipstick for an automatic transmission on a 2007 Forester turbo is in the engine compartment. It is on the front passenger side of the compartment.
The automatic uses ATF+4
Aprox 12-13 qts.
10.0 us qt (9.5 liter) for non-turbo; 10.4 us qt (9.8 liter) for turbo as per "Capacities" in the "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
I have a 350 turbo in mine Just about any transmission will work! Powerglide, Turbo 350 (lockup or non) or Turbo 400, even 700r4.
in the transmission fluid reservoir under the hood
The transmission fluid capacity for a GM turbo 200 R4 transmission is 6 quarts. It should be drained and refilled at least once every two years.
turbo 350 or 2004r
Probally the Camaro. But who knows..... put them on the track and find out! I won with the camaro
The type of induction an engine uses is not directly relevant to its transmission type. In other words the engine can be naturally aspirated, turbo or supercharged and use an automatic, manual, cvt etc.
That should be a 4L80E transmission.
On an automatic, the dipstick is on the left side near the battery. The fluid level should be checked at idle in park. If a manual the fill plug is about half way up the right side of the transmission case.
If it is an automatic transmission then it will be the 350 turbo that was put in it from the factory.
Dexron II or any other transmission fluid for GM vehicles.
That should be the 400 turbo.
350 turbo automatic