Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
It is actually 10 ft lbs. This is something that you want to tighten to exact specs.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Don't remember exactly but it's about 13 or 14 inch pounds. You don't really need specs, just tighten with a nut driver (like a screwdriver with a socket on the end) and don't crush the gasket so it bulges out. tighten one bolt at a time on alternating sides (like head torquing) after re-fill, run it and check for leaks...if any, re-tighten lightly till the leak stops. (tighten closest bolt to leak and both on either side)
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