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After a new torque converter install on a Nag1, about how much transmission fluid should be added? I don't have a way to measure at the moment

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After a new torque converter install on a Nag1, about how much transmission fluid should be added? I don't have a way to measure at the moment

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65 mm at normal operating temp (approx. 170F)

Doorman sells a measuring tool that you can use to check fluid level, or you can get one of those 36" zip ties and put a mark exactly 65mm up from the pointy end, then insert into the trans fill tube and check level (assuming engine and trans is at normal operating temp).

I'm not messing with you about the zip tie either, i made a couple myself to test the hypothesis after spending $20 in the door man tool, and they work just as good!


I have a thread in the DIY section about doing a trans fluid drain and fill on the NAG1, and i think i detailed how to make the dipstick out of zip ties in it. If not, i can certainly provide more details, but it really is as simple as I've just described.
 
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