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Q: Tranny & Power Steering Flush

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I want to do a full flush of my transmission and power steering not just a drain and refill. How much fluid does each require?

My car has 98000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

According to Mitchell Prodemand, the manual transmission on this vehicle holds 1.2 quarts. The power steering fluid should take 1-1.5 quarts. I would recommend checking your owners manual in the maintenance section to verify that these capacities are correct. The owners manual is the best source for this information because it comes directly from the manufacturer.

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