How Many Quarts of Fluid in a Torque Converter of a 2001 V-6 Dodge Dakota?

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Based on my experience with vehicles I can say that you will need about 13 quarts for the torque converter in a 2001 Dodge Dakota V6. Torque converters hold quite a bit of fluid no matter the size. This amount will do the trick for you.
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