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What are the torque settings on the sump bolts auto gear box mercedes E220 2002

Torque settings for sump bolts on auto geer box

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hi,oil lever should correct,oil quality should check,filter is clean,adjust all the pressure with authorized tech.if not trans. need to overhaul, ty

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Hi, You don't need to torque the bolt, Just snug is fine. It is an aluminum oil pan so don't go to tight.

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Check for the transmission setting ( around the shifter area "S and W"). Select switch to S. W is only used on wet or snow condition.

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you need to change band clean valve body so box has to come out of the car

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SOURCE: 2002 Mercedes Benz S600 Torque on Upper Intake

That is the intake manifold and there are 3 stages for it , I will list for you the 3 stages :
1st stage M6 Nm 8 M8 Nm 20
2nd stage M6 Nm 8
3rd stage M6 90 degree
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