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post #1 of 18 Old 11-03-2013, 01:06 AM Thread Starter
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dry 32 rh with deep pan capacity???

My trany will be rebuild end of the week. How many ATF4+ do I need to fill for dry transmission???

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post #2 of 18 Old 11-03-2013, 03:25 AM
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You'll need 9 quarts, it won't actually hold quite that much. This includes the cooler & torque converter.

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You'll need 9 quarts, it won't actually hold quite that much. This includes the cooler & torque converter.
Are you sure? Mine took 9 in the TC and 3 in the stock pan. 12 in all.
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I'm 99% sure but I hear you, I thought I remembered it took more than that too. But the FSM I verified that with earlier this morning says that for a complete drain & that's all it takes to do a flush to the point the ATF is fresh & clear.

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It says in the FSM 6.31 liters (liters and quarts are almost the same volume), but it has a note that depending on many other factors like lines and cooler capacity it will be more. Not sure if the torque converter is considered or not. With the deeper pan I think you will want to add 1 quart more. Just to be on the safe side buy 12 quarts and return what you do not need.

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LoL now I'm confused...That's means Jerry and Doclouie using different manuals or what
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Give me a minute and I will do a screenshot for you. I am not sure the manual accounts for the torque converter as I know it does not account for the cooler. Hope this helps.
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I found this
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Wow. I have no idea which is right. The one I have from above is from a 2000 FSM. The 2001 & 2003 also show the screenshot I have noted above, but the 97-99 show the screenshot that you have shown.

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Mine is from 2001 but that's irrelevant because still both apply to the same transmission. Weird...
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Mine is from 2001 but that's irrelevant because still both apply to the same transmission. Weird...
but things change... near the end of the 03 model year they changed the pan and something else on the 42rle due to it not pumping right on steep inclines...
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I'm 99% sure but I hear you, I thought I remembered it took more than that too. But the FSM I verified that with earlier this morning says that for a complete drain & that's all it takes to do a flush to the point the ATF is fresh & clear.
You are probably right. As you have something to refer back to. Me, all I have is my fading memory.
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Me, all I have is my fading memory.
Why do you think I had to refer back to the FSM.

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So the answer is to buy 12 quarts and return what is not needed.

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