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I need the torque recommended for the oil drain on a 1987 suzuki Samurai? Help appreciated.

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There is not usually an actual spec for drain plugs, but mechanics feel.
For example, it is entirely different depending on the type of washer, such as nylon or copper, that one can choose. Most way over tighten. You really don't need much because you are just trying to make sure it does not vibrate loose. It is not holding 2 different parts together.

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