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Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Washington Township, Michigan
Dry, the trans will take 12.9 quarts, and just removing the lower pan should only require 7 quarts. But it's possible more drained out. It's not possible to overfill the trans as long as you refill it following the procedure (which you are), as it'll push the excess fluid right out that hole.
I thought it was a stupid and annoying way to do it, prior to actually doing it, and then I found out just how easy and foolproof it was.
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