how much transmission fluids is needed in lincoln mark VIII

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Answered: We changed the Transmission fluid in my 2005 S 80 ...

I cant understand what you have done? When you change transmission fluid you drop the transmission pan to drain and also change a small filter in there. Next you put on a new gasket and put the cover back. you refill back through transmission dipstick tube untill it reaches proper level (with engine ...

Answered: Hello i am curious when is transmission fluid to change. how many

read your owners manual. it will give the makers recommendation on fluid changes. I recommend that you monitor the transmission fluid level about every six months. if the fluid on the dip stick smells burnt, have the transmission flushed and new fluid added. (not just 3 or 4 quarts, flush out all ...

Answered: I put to much transmission fluid in my 1990 toyota ...

Have you hot tested the transmission?. You can take the car to a workshop where they can easily drain the extra oil out. Cheers.

Answered: How often should I change my automatic transmission fluid?

look in the hand book in the car i do mine at 50.oo0

Answered: Transmission Fluid and Dip Stick

The transmission fluid dip stick is a long metal rod that goes into the transmission. The purpose of the dip stick is to check how much transmission fluid is in the transmission. The dip stick is held in a tube; the end of the tube extends into the transmission. It has ...
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