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What is the torque specifications for the transmission pan on a 2008 ford focus se ?

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1) Raise front of vehicle and stabilise on suitable axle stands or ramp.
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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.
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viii) check fluid level with dipstick - add approx. 1 cup of additional fluid at a time, until you reach the correct level.

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