make sure it's the right filler bolt, if your filling in the wrong bolt your overfilling or underfilling.jst07 said:Well I got it changed, but the thing filled up at just under 2 quarts. The car was level when it was done too. How do I get the other half quart in there or does it need to be done?
I just did mine.jst07 said:Well I got it changed, but the thing filled up at just under 2 quarts. The car was level when it was done too. How do I get the other half quart in there or does it need to be done?
deltaB said:I just did mine.
It definitely is about 2.5 quarts. The first time I did it I only got 1 to 1.5 quarts out of it. 2.5 went in. It scared me. The previous owner must have had a GM/Chrysler shop do it for her.
It all came out. There just wasn't a whole lot TO come out. I was thinking I missed a second drain plug or something. 2.5 went back in, so there wasn't anything hiding in there. I couldn't find any leaks either. I bought it used, so I don't know how long it had been like that. I sure jiffy-lube really checks it since it's on their little piece of paper saying they did. The transmission was replaced under warantee during previous ownership. Could just be the dealer service left it like that.jst07 said:So what was the story when you only got 1.5quarts in the first time, did you not get all of it to drain out?