That depends on what type of fluid you are talking about. Transmission Fluid can be one of two choices it could take the standard dexcron or it could take ATF+3 i know some Chrysler/Dodge transmissions take that. The oil should either be 5w30 or 10w30 depending on the weather if its hotter outside then use 10w30 if it's colder use the 5w30. Chryslers don't take the red anti-freeze they use the green originally i don't know if it has been changed out but your question needs to be clearer for the answer you want.
Regular power steering fluid, available at any part store and places like Walmart.
5w30 or 10w30
Your answer is 10 quarts
Usually 4 to 6Usually 4 to 6
5w30 or 10w305w30 or 10w30
take the trany pan off its right their take the trany pan off
Your 89 New Yorker has a peice of trim at the bottom the tail light, in that small piece of trim is a screw. Take that screw out and you can get to the rest of the screws that hold the tail light assembly in place, Oh yes most important you must have the trunk lid raised so you can get to the wiring harness.
The 1994 Newyorker (3.5 Liter 6cyl ) takes 5.5 quarts with filter .
It is not a direct fit. Would take lots of modifications.
It uses ATF, automatic transmission fluid.
Atf +4 only!
Chrysler calls it a 42le
5 quarts with filter
Pull-a-Part.com You have to go to the junk yard and find the car then take the part off if it's available.
right passenger kick panel above the computer - hard to get to - you have to take the glove box apart.
You will have to take it to a dealer or transmission shop that has the special tool to check the fluid.
If it is an automatic the best thing to use is Chrysler automatic trans fluidAnswerMost 1998 Ford F150s take Mercon V Transmission fluid
The brake system uses brake fluid and the trans uses trans fluid.