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Hi. I have a 2015 Mokka with automatic transmission. I want to change the automatic transmission fluid. The Haynes Manual says the capacity is 4 to 6 litres, which is quite a difference in the amounts. I was therefore wondering if the 1.4 takes 4 litres and the 1.7 takes 6 litres? I don't want to buy more of this fluid than I need to, therefore can anyone tell how much the 1.4 version takes?

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As far as I know the fluid capacity is 8 litres, about 4 litres in the oil pan and 4 litres in the torque converter, without specialist equipment the torque convertor can't be drained, I would suggest the fluid is changed twice, the first time will change about half, use the car for a week then change again, if you buy 6 litres for your first change, you will not have too much, but will know how much more you need for the second time, after which about three quarters of the oil will be new.
 

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As far as I know the fluid capacity is 8 litres, about 4 litres in the oil pan and 4 litres in the torque converter, without specialist equipment the torque convertor can't be drained, I would suggest the fluid is changed twice, the first time will change about half, use the car for a week then change again, if you buy 6 litres for your first change, you will not have too much, but will know how much more you need for the second time, after which about three quarters of the oil will be new.
Many thanks. That sounds good
 
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