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Old 11-20-2005, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default How much tranny fluid does 4L60e hold?

Dont have my manual anymore. I want to do a drain and refill, as well as replace the tranny filter. How much will I need. Should I go synthetic? I have 70K miles and about 425 crank HP.
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04 service manual for the 4l60-4l65-E says 5 quarts for pan removal. Complete flush, including converter is approx. 12 quarts.
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i've never heard of synthetic for auto trans. just dextron III for these trucks. also wkdivr is correct.
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Here is the info from my manual. As the above states. I would purchase 6 quarts for a filter change to be safe.

CAPACITIES
Engine, with filter..........6.0 quarts
Cooling System, Initial Fill..........16.0 quarts
Automatic Transmission, 4L60E -65E Initial Fill..........5.0 quarts[1]
Automatic Transmission, Total Fill
4 speed 4L60E..........11.0 quarts
4 speed 4L80E..........14.0 quarts
Differential, with 8.25 ring gear Front..........3.4 pints
Differential, with 9.25 ring gear Front..........3.6 pints
Differential, with 8.6 ring gear Rear..........4.2 pints
Differential, with 9.5 ring gear Rear..........5.5 pints
Differential, with 10.5 ring gear Rear..........5.5 pints
Differential, with 11.5 ring gear Rear..........7.6 pints
Transfer Case,..........4.0 pints
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