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fluid amount

how much fluid does your torque converter hold?? and should I put fluid in it before I put it in place? and how much fluid do I need to fill an e4od... ??
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The torque converter holds about 8 quarts. You don't need to fill it before install in the trans. The trans will fill it as soon as the engine is started.

An E4OD takes about 18 quarts.
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