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Old 04-16-2010, 11:53 AM   #1
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Transmission fluid capacity - 85 Southwind

1985 southwind 454 turbo 400 pan is 4 in. deep when i did my old truck seems like 4 qt. im guessing 6 or 7
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1985 Southwind 454 turbo 400 pan is 4 in. deep when i did my old truck seems like 4 qt. I'm guessing 6 or 7
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I was just reviewing a document that said that a GM 4L80 uses 5 Quarts of fluid. I expect that this is going to be where you need to be or at least this is a good starting point for you.
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thanks i guess ill tackle this just got done with ball joints tie rods bell cranks beakes front and rear
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