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Automatic Transmission Fluid Levels

I changed out the Governor Pressure Sensor on my 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4. What I found out it that the manuals (owner's & Hayne's) do not show a fluid level amount to put back in. It says "Capacities Vary per model". WTH does that mean? Anyone have the suggest amount. I kept adding until it was showing full on the dipstick. Yes, I followed the proper way to check the fluid, but I would still like to know the recommended/suggested amounts for the 42RE transmission. Little help would be appreciated.
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Re: Automatic Transmission Fluid Levels

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Attached 2 pages from the Jeep service manual.
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File Type: pdf trans fluid2.pdf (87.1 KB, 15 views)
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Re: Automatic Transmission Fluid Levels

should be 6 quarts for filter change
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