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Need valve body torque specs for a 2000 Lincoln LS with a 5r55n trans

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SOURCE: torque specs lincoln

Depends on which transmission you have.

4R100 = 11 ftlbs
4R70W = 10 ftlbs

Posted on Jun 08, 2009

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the center bolt for cv axle!103ft-lbs,hub bearing assembly bolts!77ft-lbs

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

SOURCE: 2002 lincoln LS solenoid c problems 5R55N

What is the problem? What does the veh do,or not do?

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You need a scanner to diagnose,not a code reader.

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intake manifold upper and lower 89 in. lbs.

valve cover 89 in. lbs.

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