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Old 06-14-2003, 06:42 AM
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4R70W - real world fluid capacity

How many quarts did you actually fill into the 4R70W (drop pain, change filter, drain Torque Converter)

the book says something around 13.9 qt dry fill.

Thanks in advance

BTW I'm thinking about buying 13-14 qt of Amsoil ATF for my own vehicles - I hear you can hit 50k to 75k w/ one service interval safely.
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12 quarts
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