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Oil Pan bolts

I was crawling around underneath my truck today after I greased it and noticed that two of my oil pan bolts are missing. I do not know how they fell out. What should they be torqued to so they don't all fall out or get loose? Thanks Alot!
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I have heard of this happening seems a little common. , I would put a dot of blue loctite on them so tey dont ratle out again.



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Wierd, the 1st time I did my transmission fluid change, I was missing 2 bolts too. It was towards the front of the pan.
Its not leaking....so I just left it.

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I think I will put some loctite on them but I still don't understand why they came out.
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