Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
You don't really need exact specs on that but it is usually around 14 inch pounds... Just use a nut driver or 1/4 in drive ratchet and use a cross pattern on the bolts, not a circle. do not tighten anything 'till you have every bolt in and verify that it goes in easily. Be careful to not crush the gasket, after you get the fluid in, watch for seepage and tighten up wherever you see any . Most important to remove all old gasket material from both pan and trans rail that is the primary cause of leaks.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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