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Just bought a 1994 f150 with a351w engine notice oil leak and it is missing oil pan bolt

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I would go ahead and replace the pan gasket and replace that bolt,here is all your torqe specs,I hope this helps you? Bolts or Parts Lube or Sealer Torque to: Main Caps Engine Oil 105 ft-lbs. Warning!!!
If you are using ARP bolts, you MUST use
their specs. Click Here! Connecting Rod Bolts
Engine Oil 45 ft-lbs.
Cylinder Heads
Engine oil (blind holes)
Sealant (water jackets)
85 ft-lbs.
Rocker Arms Engine Oil 20 ft-lbs. Oil Pump Engine Oil 25 ft-lbs. Oil Pump Pick-up Thread Locker 20 ft-lbs. Oil Pan Engine Oil 15 ft-lbs. Camshaft Thrust Plate Thread Locker 10 ft-lbs. Cam Bolt (upper gear) Thread Locker 40 ft-lbs. Front Cover Engine Oil 25 ft-lbs. Intake Manifold
(Cast Iron Heads)
Non- Hardening Sealer 25 ft-lbs. Valve Cover Engine Oil 10 ft-lbs. Flexplate (Automatic)
Flywheel (Clutch)
Thread Locker 85 ft-lbs. Clutch Pressure Plate Thread Locker 35 ft-lbs. Centerbolt
(Harmonic Damper)
Thread Locker 90 ft-lbs. Bellhousing
(Transmission to Block)
Engine Oil 25 ft-lbs.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

  • Donnie Wilson
    Donnie Wilson Oct 06, 2009

    I would go ahead and replace the pan gasket and replace that bolt,here is all your torqe specs,I hope this helps you?



    Bolts or Parts
    Lube or Sealer
    Torque to:

    Main Caps
    Engine Oil
    105 ft-lbs.

    Warning!!!

    If you are using ARP bolts, you MUST use
    their specs. Click Here!


    Connecting Rod Bolts

    Engine Oil

    45 ft-lbs.



    Cylinder Heads


    Engine oil (blind holes)

    Sealant (water jackets)


    85 ft-lbs.


    Rocker Arms
    Engine Oil
    20 ft-lbs.

    Oil Pump
    Engine Oil
    25 ft-lbs.

    Oil Pump Pick-up
    Thread Locker
    20 ft-lbs.

    Oil Pan
    Engine Oil
    15 ft-lbs.

    Camshaft Thrust Plate
    Thread Locker
    10 ft-lbs.

    Cam Bolt (upper gear)
    Thread Locker
    40 ft-lbs.

    Front Cover
    Engine Oil
    25 ft-lbs.


    Intake Manifold

    (Cast Iron Heads)

    Non- Hardening Sealer
    25 ft-lbs.

    Valve Cover
    Engine Oil
    10 ft-lbs.


    Flexplate (Automatic)

    Flywheel (Clutch)

    Thread Locker
    85 ft-lbs.

    Clutch Pressure Plate
    Thread Locker
    35 ft-lbs.


    Centerbolt

    (Harmonic Damper)

    Thread Locker
    90 ft-lbs.


    Bellhousing

    (Transmission to Block)

    Engine Oil
    25 ft-lbs.

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