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Looking for torque specs for 2008 grand caravan oil pan

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Better late than never, right?
According to Haynes 30013: "Dodge Carvan, Chrysler Voyager & Town and Country, 2003 through 2006" Repair Manual:
Caliper Guide Pins or Guide Pin Bolts - 26 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:




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

Please don't forget to rate!

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SOURCE: I need the torque specs for the connecting rod cap

Step #1 40lbs PLUS Step#2 1/4 turn 90 degrees.....this is for 3.3 & 3.8

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SOURCE: need torque specs for bolts of control arms, and

Lower Arm Pivot Bolt ............................... 185 Nm (137 ft. lbs)
Lower Arm Rear Bushing Retainer Bolt ...... 68 Nm (50ft. lbs)

Tower Attaching Nuts ............................... 28 Nm (250in. lbs
Clevis Bracket to Steering Knuckle ........... 88 Nm (65 ft. lbs + 1/4 turn
Shaft Nut ............................................... 100 Nm (75 ft. lbs)

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SOURCE: I need to know what the valve cover torque specs

Hi!!

My book says 89 in-lbs.

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Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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  2. Drain the engine oil.
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