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How many quarts of transmission fluid are needed for a automatic Mitsubishi Montero Nativa 1998 V6 4WD

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Easiest thing to do is to measure it when you drain it and put that much back in

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Testimonial: "But if it's still missing some fluid, how can I know how many more I can put in it?"

  • brian williams Oct 07, 2016

    you'll just have to warm vehicle up and add a little at a time while going through the range of gears back to park then check again. Be careful not to overfill and FYI be sure you use the transmission would they specify. Many transmission made by Mitsubishi required Diamond ATF.

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