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Old 04-30-2007, 08:55 PM
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how much oil for a fluid change E4OD ???

Please help,

how many quarts does a regular fluid and filter change takes an E4OD from a 1997 expedition 4x4 ?

The manual says 15 but must be after a full rebuild, I'm not taking it appart just a regular service.

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how much oil for a fluid change E4OD

About 7 quarts. Unless you drain the torque converter, then it's about 15 quarts.
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do ford converters have a drain plug? how reliable is the drill and blind rivet method to drain the converter?

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This vehicle has a drain plug, but not on the back of the converter.

There will be a black plug on the bottom of the bellhousing, pull it off, look up,rotate the motor until you see the drain plug.
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thanks Briscoe

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My pleasure, Augusto.
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