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What is the size of the transmission pan bolts for a 2005 dodge neonsxt

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14 ft. lbs

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SOURCE: What is the sequence for the bolts on oil pan, for

For the 2.8L there is no sequence. Torque for the bolts are 105 in.lbs.

For the 3.0L torque is 50 in.lbs. in sequence:


For the 3.3L and the 3.8L, no sequence but torque each bolt to 105 in.lbs.

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SOURCE: remove oil pan on 98 dodge stratus?

Most cars today you have to raise the engine somewhat to remove the oil pan. To do so you'll need to first support the engine (use a lift if you can) and unbolt the engine mounts. Before lifting look at any wires, hoses or such which could be of issue if the engine were raised. If so remove or move as required. Once this is done you may be able to raise the engine (slightly) to access the bolts and remove the pan.
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