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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-13-2011, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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maybe I'm retarded with the search button but couldn't find it... how many quarts of LV do I need to get for a tranny filter change in my 5R110W? I know dry capacity is 17.5, just don't know change amount. Thanks guys

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Re: fluid amount

Till it reads full on the dipstick would be my guess.

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Till it reads full on the dipstick would be my guess.
shane. But to the OP my guess would be about 12qts

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Re: fluid amount

I guess ask a stupid question get a stupid answer there... Just did not want to buy 18 quarts and have to bother with returning a bunch. And I will make sure to check the dipstick thanks for the heads up monster
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Re: fluid amount

or you can buy that much and just have extras for the next change

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Re: fluid amount

here is a cut paste from one of my posts on another forum.

Service manual says 7.1 L or 7.5 qts. for drain and refill. Torque drain pan plug to 20 Nm or 177 lb-in. Then check dipstick at normal operating temperature and add in increments of .24L or 1/2 pint till proper level in the cross hatch area of dip stick.

I measure what I drain; it is always 8 qts.

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