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Old 05-17-2013, 05:07 AM   #1
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How much transmission oil does it take to fill up 95 v6 3.8 mustang

Hello guys i wanna change my tranny fluid this morning but I wanna know how much fluid it'll take to fill it back up.tried autozone but their computer doesn't say? Thanks guys
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Just a basic filter change is usually around 5-6 quarts, grab a 7th to be safe, can always take it back

A full drain is around 14 quarts but you won't get to do that without draining the converter
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I used 4 quarts. T-45 though
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I just noticed he never said which trans >_>

OP what do you have 5 speed or auto?
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Well I changed the fluid but ran into problems while putting the oil pan back.so this morning i gotta drop it again buy a new gasket and try to put it back properly.it was leaking from the screws so i guess i didnt align it right,also I read that I will need a torque wrench to screw the pan back?
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I think you have to torque it down to a certain spec
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It started leaking right after i added the fluid I'm also assuming that I didn't allright the gasket right since i didn't use nothing to hold its plcae
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Yea maybe. Get a helping hand to help u out
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