Chevrolet Camaro Transmission Fluid Capacity

There are many different types of transmission fluid on the market, and it can be difficult to determine which one is best for your Chevrolet Camaro. In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of several popular transmission fluids and help you decide which one is best for your vehicle.

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Chevrolet Camaro Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission Fluid capacity Fluid type
TR3160 With oil cooler manual transmission 3.6 liters (3.8 quarts) AF6
TR3160 Without oil cooler manual transmission 3.5 liters (3.7 quarts) AF6
TR6060 3.5 liters Without oil cooler  manual transmission 3.5 liters (3.7 quarts) GLS37
TR6060 4.9 liters With oil cooler manual transmission 4.9 liters (5.1 quarts) GLS37
8 speed Without Cooler 8L45 automatic transmission Total Fill 10.3 liters (10.9 quarts) SL150
8 speed With Cooler 8L45 automatic transmission Total Fill 10.8 liters (11.4 quarts) SL150
10 speed With Cooler 10R90 automatic transmission Total Fill 12.8 liters (13.5 quarts) ULV
10 speed Without 10R90 Cooler automatic transmission Total Fill 11.4 liters (12 quarts) ULV

 

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission type Fluid capacity Fluid type
7.0L TR6060 manual transmission 9.3 pints (4.4 liters) GLS37
6.2L TR6060 manual transmission 8.2 pints (3.9 liters) GLS37
3.6L AY6 MV5 manual transmission 3.8 pints (1.8 liters) GL-5 75W-90
3.6L 6 speed 6L50 automatic transmission Total Fill 11.4 quarts
Initial Fill 6.7 quarts
AF6
6-speed 6L80 automatic transmission Total Fill 10.9 quarts (10.3 liters)
Initial Fill 6.7 quarts (6.3 liters)
AF6

No matter which type of transmission fluid you choose, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for best results. If you are unsure about which transmission fluid is best for your Camaro, consult your owner’s manual or speak to a qualified mechanic. With a little research, you can find the best transmission fluid for your Chevrolet Camaro and keep it running smoothly for years to come. Thanks for reading! We hope this article was helpful. For more car care tips and advice, be sure to check out our blog. Happy driving!

Dan Hoffman

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