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Torque specs for the trans pan bolts 1990 ford probe automatic?

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The torque specs for the automatic transaxle pan bolts are 69-95 inch lbs and 8-11Nm

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The tightening is less torque, buyt rather gasket and pan squish.... barley gets tight, but too much and leaks happen.

Be certain to reform the pan bolt holes before you replace the pan.

So tightening happens evenly and stop just as the gasket shows deformation. This is after even tightening 2 or 3 steps....

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