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Transmission toque specs

Need torque specs for transmission pan

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    What is the torque value for the transmission pan bolt?

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The spec is 12 ft lbs of torque. Use a an even pattern when you tighten the bolts, this assures the gasket will not be damaged and create another leak.

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