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torque value for trans. oil pan bolts? (A4LD)

Discussion in 'Explorer & Ranger Transmissions, Transfer Cases, &' started by saxon, April 12, 2006.

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      Haynes, thoughtfully, does not list a torque value for the trans. oil pan bolts. As a starting point, I torqued the bolts to 92 inch/lbs. I'm sure that the correct value is more than that.

      Anyone?

      btw, I just ordered the A4LD Ford manual today along with the Transgo VB kit and the Viton reverse servo seals.

      model: 91 4WD EB
       
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      Pan bolts are rated at like 75 inch pounds if you read the manual, but I just torqued mine to 10 ft*lbs and it worked just fine. My Chilton manual suggests 8-10 ft*lbs, so that is what I used. Hope that helps :)

      Cheers!
       
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      Really 8-10 ft*lbs is all you need. If it leaks go to 11 ft*lbs, wont hurt anything. Just dont go too far or you will strip the threads in the tranny, it is aluminum. I dont have an inch pound setting on my torque wrench, im cheap :p
       
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      thanks for the info.

      I guessed at 7.66 ft/lbs., so I was pretty close. Will tighten then up tomorrow evening.

      Thanks!
       

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