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Drain & Refilling Fluids on 2014 2.0T AWD

I have a 2014 Hyundai SFS 2.0T AWD with 35K miles.

Because my dealerships use BG Service instead of OEM products, I'm going to have my mechanic drain and fill the following fluids. The problem is I don't know how much OEM product to buy from the dealership. I've called 3 dealerships and all have given me different capacities for a drain and fill (not flush)
  • Transmission - 8.2 / 7.5 / 5 qts
  • Coolant - 10.1 / 5 / 7.5 qts
  • Rear Differential 0.6 / 1.1 qts
  • Transfer case 0.5 / 1.3 qts

Even the pocket reference guide stickied to this forum shows differ capacities -
What should I do, how much should I purchase for my mechanic? So confused!

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Transmission,, 6qt of SP4-M for drain and fill

Coolant, 1 gallon raw mixed with 3qt water will suffice for drain and fill

Transfer and rear, 3qt should suffice,, MOBIL-1 Synthetic 80-90 GL5 gear oil serve the purpose
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Transmission,, 6qt of SP4-M for drain and fill

Coolant, 1 gallon raw mixed with 3qt water will suffice for drain and fill

Transfer and rear, 3qt should suffice,, MOBIL-1 Synthetic 80-90 GL5 gear oil serve the purpose
Does Transfer Case include the Rear Differential flush and refill?

I ask because my dealer had to replace the Transfer Case (one year ago...long story... but happy so far). So I am thinking I would not need the Rear Differential flush and replace?
I am driving a 2013 GLS AWD.


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I think they are two separate units and are serviced separately. The transfer case is in the front near the transmission and the rear diff is in the back.
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Does Transfer Case include the Rear Differential flush and refill?

I ask because my dealer had to replace the Transfer Case (one year ago...long story... but happy so far). So I am thinking I would not need the Rear Differential flush and replace?
I am driving a 2013 GLS AWD.
There is nothing to "flush"..

remove drain plug and let it drain.. transfer and rear differential is 2 seperate units.. gear oil when old and used get real nasty,, seen insides that look they was full of black wet soot.. clean oil goes a long way toward protecting high load gear sets and seals,, that is why I suggest MOBIL-1 Synthetic
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