-Used up pretty much all 10 quarts of fluid. Granted all 10 didnt actually end up in the transmission as some was still left in the transfer pump etc.
-I didnt measure out the fluids. I filled the front diff until it started to drip out from the fill plug hole. Thant took about 3/4 of the bottle. I did the same process for the rear diff and that took a little over 1.5 quarts before it started to drip out.
For the transmission I did the following:
Drain --> Remove pan and clean --> Reinstall Pan -> Fill with fluid until fluid starts to drip from the fill tube -> Close drain/fill plugs -> start car and cycle through the gears. Turn car off --> open drain plug and fill plug, add fluid until it starts to drip at a rate of 1 drop/sec -> Close drain/fill plug --> Start car and let the trans fluid get to operating temp and cycle through gears --> turn car off and wait 10 minutes -> Remove drain plug and add fluid (if necessary) until it drips out at a rate of 1 drop/sec. --> Reinstall plugs.
I would say remove and clean the pan and magnets if they have never been cleaned before. Probably would do it every other transmission fluid change after that.
10 quarts wont be enough for you to drain and fill twice. As Mr2_nut mentioned, if you want to do a flush of the transmission then use cheap ATF and do the final fill with the Pentosin
Edited by monsta121, 09 January 2017 - 04:34 PM.