How many quarts of transmission fluid does it take to fill a 4 L 60 E?
The fluid capacity of the 4L60e is 12 quarts of transmission fluid (dry). This amount is based on a stock, “shallow” transmission pan with a 12″ torque converter.
How many miles does a 4L80E transmission last?
IMHO, the 6.5’s and 4L80E’s are capable of 500,000 miles…
How strong is a 4L80E transmission?
When the 4L80E was introduced, torque capacity was vehicles up to 8,000 pounds and engines producing up to 440 lb-ft of torque. The uprated 4L85E, introduced in 2002, is rated for vehicles up to 16,500 pounds and engines producing up to 460 lb-ft of torque.
How do you check transmission fluid on a 4L80E?
Pull dipstick and wipe clean. Put dipstick back in. Pull dipstick back out and inspect fluid level on it. Put dipstick back in if level is good.
How much transmission fluid do I need?
Make sure that the fluid level is within the safe zone. It should be between the two marks in a warm engine. In general, transmissions take about 9 to 13 quarts to fill completely. The amount of transmission you add will vary, depending on whether you are draining or replacing it all or you are just topping it up.
How many quarts of transmission fluid do I need for a 4 cylinder?
How many quarts of transmission fluid do I need for a 4 cylinder? While performing a transmission service, where the pan is dropped and the filter replaced, 4 to 5 quarts of transmission fluid should be adequate to replace what was lost from the pan.
Can I mix DEXRON 3 and DEXRON 6?
Try not to mix DEXRON-III with DEXRON-VI, only because if you do that you are in fact diluting the DEXRON-VI fluid with a less stable product and therefore throwing away much of the advantage. All you need to remember is that DEXRON-VI is far superior to DEXRON-III.