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Old 04-12-2003, 08:40 PM   #1
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How many quarts of tranny fluid r in a TH 700R4

I just blew the seal gasket whatever? and I need to refill it thnks
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It all depends on how much you lost. With mine completely empty including the TCC... it took something like 9 quarts.... the book says tranny takes 10 pnts (5 quarts).

Best way is to pour in until you get a reading on the dip stick cold... then run in park for 10minutes or so to get the fluid through the tranny.... then add more while running the engine at it's normal temp until the dipstick says full.
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Old 04-14-2003, 12:15 PM   #3
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THNKS it was all out cause we had to take his pan down
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If you take the pan off, fluid wont drain from the converter. So it would just be the 10pnts.
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