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Old 10-25-2010, 09:32 AM
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1994 transmission fluid change

Just did a filter and fluid change on transmission. It was 1 qurart over before I drained the pan and removed the filter.I drained alittle over 4 quarts maybe 41/2 out. I added back 4 quarts and have drive for 2 days now and its still a quart low or up on the stick about 1/4 inch. I cannot figure what happened to 2 quarts.I checked a few times before changing fluid too make sure it was reading 1 quart over which it definitely was.Could air have been causing a faulty reading. I have had trouble with tranny going into drive recently but wouldnt think that would be caused by overfill reading. Any ideas.
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Check the fluid while its hot. If its between the low low and full marks ( in the cross hatching area) then its not that low. If its between those two marks its only low about a half a pint or 1/4 quart or so. Usually when doing a trans service on those they will take about 5 quarts.
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