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Old 01-14-2008
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2005 ranger edge trans capacity

greetings all and happy 2008,
some info please, what is the REFILL capacity for a trans fluid and filter change on a 2005 ranger edge 2WD, 3.0, V-6 motor with an automatic 5 speed O.D. transmission? maintenance guide gives a DRY fill capacity but says nothing about a fluid/filter change capacity. seems like dealers and lube joints always overfill. any and all info is much appreciated, thanks, your fellow ranger, tom
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it can vary......start with 3 quarts and then check the level....fill from there...
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pulled off of alldata:

NOTE: When filling a dry transmission and converter, start with a minimum of 3.7 liters (4 quarts). With the engine running and the transmission at normal operating temperature 66-77C (150-170F) , check and adjust the transmission fluid level and check for any leaks. If fluid is needed, add fluid in increments of 0.24 liter (0.5 pint) until the correct level is achieved (fluid should be in the cross-hatched area of the fluid level indicator).
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