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What is the torque specs for the transmission pan bolts on ford C6 automatic trans,

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  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2010

    Nobody uses a torque wrench on those small bolts,for a trans pan,unless you have a millon dollar indy race car

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SOURCE: oil and transmission pan bolt torque specs

124 inch lbs on oil pan...Transmission pan 13 ft lbs.

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SOURCE: Need torque specs for oil pan bolts

torque specs for these bolts can be found in a Haynes or Chilton manual availiable from your local parts store, or maybe at your local library, however these bolts are usually no more than 14 ft pounds, unlike cylinder head bolts, the bolts do not need to have any stretch factor to hold the oil pan gasket in place or sealed.

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HI, the torque spec for the pan bolts is 14nm or 124 in lb. snug them down evenly it doesn't take much to over tighten these and strip out the threads.

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SOURCE: 2000 sebring transmission pan torque spec

10 ft lbs no real patterm needed

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SOURCE: torque specs for the trans pan bolts 1990 ford

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

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96 ford explorer Manual trans. 2 door 6 cyl. 2 wheel drive repair diagrams


As per what you requested Transmission to engine bolts: 35 lb-ft (E/MWM).

But if you need more torque specs for other parts of your vehicle.I suggest you to check the link below with complete torque specification list and helpful diagrams.
http://www.allcarhelp.com/2016/05/torque-specs-for-bolt-size-of-bolts.html
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2007 pontiac g6 transmission filter replacement


Remove the transmission pan - some don't have drain plugs, have a big pan underneath to catch the fluid. Pull filter and install filter on. Clean any debris from pan. Install gasket onto pan and install pan back onto transmission. Torque bolts to factory specs. Fill with approved ATF.

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What are the torque specs for the transmission pan bolts?


i posted this 2 time this week.

no trans model stated.
one is 70 INCH POUNDS
and other is 100.
why not learn what driveline is on car first, then ask questions.?
ill list 2 here

45RFE
or NAG1

learn that, and we can answer
better , you learn it the learn to use GOOGLE
example
" Jeep 45RFE pan torque"

eg
https://www.google.com/webhp?gws_rd=ssl#q=+Jeep+45RFE++pan+torque


easy huh , lots of others asking the same question, with no FSM
in the shop.

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2088 ford explorer 50,000 miles small spots of transmission fluid on driveway, is this going to be a huge transmission repair?


You could just have loose trans pan bolts or leaks at cooling line fittings. I don't have the Torque specs on hand for the trans bolts but you will need a smaller Torque Wrench rated in inch-lbs. rather than foot-lbs. for the small size these units use.

What you could try is a trans filter change/cleaning which is done by taking the trans pan off and servicing the trans filter. The pan would be reinstalled.

Now go to a shop which uses new pan gaskets because your old one may be leaking and may need to replaced anyway.

SOME FAST CHANGE OIL SERVICES OFFER TRANSMISSION FLUID SERVICES-BUT THEY WILL ONLY PUMP OUT THE OLD FLUID WITH A MACHINE AND WILL NOT REMOVE THE TRANS PAN. Your trans needs to be looked at for leaks and the above procedure will not fix your problem.

It is not impossible to have a tailshaft seal leak or shift solenoid covers leak, even a speedometer cable fitting can leak. A visual inspection will tell.

If you are careful, and find a leaking trans pan, tightening it up with a 1/4 inch drive Rachet is all you need in lieu of a Torque wrench. Can not emphasize enough not to reef on these tiny bolts.

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I have a ford focus 2000 the checkligth is on the cods showmi is po760 can yu heolp mi what is the problem please


Hi there,

Unfortunately, this generation Ford Focus was known to have common auto transmission issues and this code relates to a shift solenoid circuit (there are 6 electric solenoids inside your automatic gearbox). These solenoids are responsible for the shifting behaviour of your automatic transmission.

Trouble Code P0760 = SSC (Shift Solenoid "C") Solenoid Circuit Failure .

SSC circuit fails to provide voltage drop across solenoid. Circuit open or shorted or PCM driver failure during on-board diagnostic. Not all gears present.

This repair is very simple:

The malfunction has ocurred in solenoid "C" circuit, so it will require someone to:

1) Raise front of vehicle and stabilise on suitable axle stands or ramp.
2) loosen transmission pan cover bolts and undo one side of the transmission pan cover only, just enough to drain the trans fluid into a suitable container.
3) once fluid is drained, undo remaining bolts on pan and remove pan from trans
4) all 6 solenoids should be visible - locate Solenoid C. Unplug wiring and test the solenoid with a multimeter to determine if solenoid is within factory spec (you'll need Ford's solenoid spec's to do this).
5) if solenoid C is not to specification, then remove from single bolt holding the solenoid in place and replace with a new solenoid (approx. USD $60 from Ford).
6) Putting pan back on must be done with careful attention as follows:
i) clean the surfaces of the pan & transmission carefully, without damaging any surfaces.
ii) using liquid RTV gasket maker, spread a thin bead along the edge of the pan - just enough to seal the pan, without spilling into the transmission casing.
iii) refit pan and torque down all bolts. Allow the liquid RTV to cure properly (as per intructions on tube).
iv) once RTV has cured, refill transmission with new FORD approved trans fluid (do not use non specified fluid). You will get an idea how much fluid you'll need, compared to the amount drained.
v) Fill up with 75% of the required fluid to begin with - just enough to allow idling of the engine for further checking.
vi) run engine at idle to warm up transmission.
vii) when warm, move gear selector through all gears, then rest lever in Neutral.
viii) check fluid level with dipstick - add approx. 1 cup of additional fluid at a time, until you reach the correct level.

To ensure the pan is sealed correctly, check for trans fluid leaks under the vehicle, during the following week.


Hope this helps....

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I have a 2002 mercury cougar V6 automatic and I know what the problem is. My car needs to have the transmission pan taken out and replaced along with the gasket. My dad and I want to fix it ourselves but...


easy job. Just loosen pan bolts enough to let the fluid start draining from one end. As more drains, keep loosening the pan bolts till you can remove pan and finish draining what's left in the pan. At this time, most people would also change the transmission filter body: it's right on bottom of trans. when the pan is removed, easily accesible. Parts stores sell a kit with new filter and pan gasket included. Anyway, now you are ready to install new pan gasket. Clean gasket mating surfaces as clean as you possibly can. let no oil or fluid get back on there. Place gasket on (most don't recommend adding sealant or gasket compound). Put pan on with all bolts fingertight. Then starting from center outward, start tightening them down to torque specs-it'd be pretty light torque, like around 20 ft-lbs-might want to ask a ford mech. what torque specs are. When done, refill ****** and check for leaks after running car.

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Comments: w/ Shallow Pan = 20 bolt holes 4 speed

Drive Trains : Four Wheel Drive
Transmission Types : Ford C6, 3 Speed, Automatic Transmission =17 bolts 3speed

What does the dash indicator say and does the stick have an od button on it? there is only 1 3 speed for the 460 and only 1 4speed for the 460

Engines:{300, 302, 351w}, {400, 351m, 460}, {6.9L, 7.3L IDI}, {352, 360, 390, ect.}
Fluid:
Pre '77: Type F
Post '77: Mercon
Display: PRND21
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3rd 1.00:1
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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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