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I need to know he torque spects for the oil filter container the bolts on to the moter on a 94 BMW 318i...there are 6 bolts...I also need to know the torque spects on the alternator mounting bracket...

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OIL PAN OR TRANSMISSION PAN BOLTS TORQUE ABOUT 7 FT LBS. CAN GET SPECS ON BOLTS SIZES. IF BOLTS SIZES IS 13M I4M 15 M TORQUE BOLTS ABOUT 55 TO 80 FT LBS

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