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post #1 of 4 Old 07-17-2010, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
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4R100 Pan Torque Specs?????

I've searched and can not find the torque specs for the pan bolts on the 4R100. I'm goging to change the fluid and pan filter in a couple of weeks (as well as put a new 31 row cooler on) so will be dropping the Pan.

I found the Oil Drain plug (27 ft lb) but nothing on the Pan bolts.

Any help????

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i just finish doing mine. its 11lbs
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Thanks. I seem to remember reading 10 ft Lbs some where which sounds a bit light but I certainly don't want to create a problem I don't have.

Did you re-use the old gasket? I've seen that addressed both ways as well.

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well you could use the old gasket as long as its in good shape!.. if not its going to start leaking..( happen to me)

and what ever you do, dont go over 11 lbs per bolt . anything after that and you would start damaging the pan.
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