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Dec 02, 2014 | 2000 Toyota Tundra
this is taken right from the manual.
Insert a screw on each side and at each end of the
pan to position the gasket.
2. Carefully position the oil pan in place, make
sure the gasket is not misaligned and tighten the
screws inserted in Step 1 finger-tight.
3. Install the remaining screw and tighten all to
specifications. Work from the center
outward in each direction.
Side screws 7 ft-lb
End screws 1 0 ft-lb
Drain plug 23 ft-lb
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