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quick tranny question

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by k5bl, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. k5bl

    k5bl Registered Member

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    want to drop the pan,change the filter,and put new atf. how many quarts do I need? its a 700r trans.
     
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    just pan? 4ish
     
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    I did that over the weekend on a TH350, first timer doing that and there was a lot of gray thick almost grease consistancy crap in the pan. what the hell was that crap. No metal..

    on a TH350 it was 3.5 quarts
     
  4. k5bl

    k5bl Registered Member

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    also whats a good name atf to use?
     
  5. Roz

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    i LOVE AMSOIL. best stuff ever. other then that about all the same. NAPA is good n cheap
     
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    A 700r4 with torque converter and cooler holds around 11 to 13 quarts of atf. I use valvaline for all my oil, trans, gear and grease. I also use the Felpro rubber gaskets for the pan. Can't stand the cork and paper gaskets, always seem to leak after a while.
     
  7. big83chevy4x4

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    a filter change for a 700r4 is 5 quarts, buy 6 though. ive done 2 that needed 5.5 quarts
     

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