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What kind of transmission fluid do I need?

I just picked up a 1994 F-350. Its has a 460 and is 4x4. Sorry dont have a manuel yet. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Is it an auto or a manual tranny?

Either way you are looking for Mercon ATF, just a lot more of it for the auto

I just checked my '96 manual and found the capacity for the ZF 5 speed is 3.4 quarts Mercon atf, 16.2 quarts Mercon atf for the E4OD w/4x4
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Oops forgot, it is an automatic. Thanks fellas!

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