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Old 10-10-2011, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does any one have some idea how many gallons or liters I have to fill in in the transmission fluid change? the last time I put 4 liters but since I don't have the manual, I'm not sure. can you help me please??, now my car has 46000 miles,

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Ya it's around 4 liters.. Just fill it till it pours out the fill plug.

You have the tool for the plugs right??
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make sure to use the right fluid also..
Esso LT71141 or Total ATF H50235
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Yes, I put Dexron III.
thank you very much
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Dextron III is not recommended for that transmission..
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I have put it because I have reas this article
http://www.motul-wd.com.ar/informes/.../MULTI_ATF.pdf

if you can recomended some other complatible fluid please
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I've always used amsoil multivehicle ATF which is compatible with H50235
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And my Spanish is not very good so that article doesn't help me very much..
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Ya it's around 4 liters.. Just fill it till it pours out the fill plug.

You have the tool for the plugs right??
lumpylarry,

I'm facing the need to change transmission fluid in a Verona. You mentioned the fill plug and some special tools for the plug. Would you explain where the fill plug is, and what tool or tools do I need for the job?

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The tool is an 8mm square.
The fill plug is on the side closest to the wheel just below the axle.
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