Q: Transmission oil capacity

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Do you know the transmission oil capacity for my car?

My car has 154000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The transmission oil capacity after an overhaul is 9.5 quarts. If you are servicing the transmission then expect to use less than 5 quarts, unless you’re having a transmission fluid exchange with a fluid exchanger at a shop. A certified mechanic can assist you with your transmission fluid if you need any help.

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