Dodge Challenger Transmission Fluid Capacity

Owners of the Dodge Challenger love this car for its power and style. But like any other vehicle, the Challenger needs proper maintenance in order to keep running at its best. One important aspect of regular maintenance is changing the transmission fluid.

Are you looking for the best transmission fluid for your Dodge Challenger? If so, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will discuss the best fluids to use in your Challenger and why they are a good choice. We will also talk about some of the best brands on the market and how to choose the right one for your vehicle. So, whether you are a novice or an expert when it comes to transmissions, read on for more information!

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Dodge Challenger Transmission Fluid Type and Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission type Fluid capacity Fluid type
TR6060 Manual Transmission 6.8 pints (3.2 liters) AP4
8 speed 8HP70 Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9 quarts (8.5 liters) SL076
6.2L TR6060 Manual Transmission 8.2 pints (3.9 liters)  The total dry fill capacity of the manual gearbox, auxiliary cooler, and cooler lines is estimated at around 1.8 to 2.0 quarts (2.9 L). If necessary, add extra fluid to the cooler lines. AP4
8 speed 8HP90 Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.2 quarts (8.7 liters) SL076
3.6L 8 speed 850RE Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.5 quarts (9 liters) SL076
3.6L 8 speed 8HP50 Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.5 quarts (9 liters) SL076
8 speed 845RE Automatic Transmission Total Fill 9.7 quarts (9.2 liters) SL076


2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Dodge Challenger Transmission Fluid Type and Transmission Fluid Capacity

Transmission type Fluid capacity Fluid type
TR6060 Manual Transmission Fill not higher than 1/2 inch below fill plug opening. AP4
5-speed NAG1 Automatic Transmission Total Fill 8.1 quarts (7.7 liters)
Initial Fill 5.3 quarts (5 liters)
4-speed 42RLE Automatic Transmission Total Fill 8.8 quarts (8.3 liters)
Initial Fill 4 quarts (3.8 liters)

Dodge only produces three vehicles at this point, one of them being the large, powerful Challenger two-door. It’s one of the more attractive automobiles on sale, especially with the huge tires and fender extensions that come as part of the Challenger Widebody package. Dodge first introduced the Challenger in 2008 and gave it a major redesign for 2015; 2022 modifications will be limited to a new alarm system. The Challenger competes against other American performance coupes including the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, as well as foreign rivals like Nissan Z.

Dodge has once again delayed the introduction of any significant changes to the Challenger. This year, they’re even smaller than last year. The R/T Scat Pack, SRT Hellcat, SRT Hellcat Redeye, and Super Stock trims now all come standard with an enhanced deluxe security system. The Convenience Group package is now available as an option on the SXT, GT, and R/T models. We’ll look at the SRT8 and Super Stock in depth separately.


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