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Transmission fluid—how many quarts to fill?

How many quarts of transmission oil for my 2005 Ranger 4WD?

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Raleigh, Ford says that the transmission holds 10 quarts on two-wheel drive models and just under 10.5 quarts for four-wheel drive models for a complete change.

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Raleigh /patsymiller0, If a manual tranny, Ford Ranger 5 speed manual transmission Approx 2.65L/2.8quarts US of ATF Mercon V, video link below will show how it is done.

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How many liter atf for my ford everest 2005 model automatic transmission

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Uses less if you don't drain the torque converter.

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Well how manny qrts is less if u dont drain the TC??

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Generally the tc holds about 4-5 quarts

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According to the Owner's manual :

2005 Ranger Auto Transmission Fluid - use Mercon V

4x4 with 3.0 and 4.0 engines use 10.3 Qts (9.8L)

Note the 4x2 uses 9.9 Qts (9.4L) with the 2.3L engine and 10.0 qts (9.5L) with the 3.0/4.0 engine

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