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Old 06-06-2000, 07:11 AM
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Oil Pan Torque Specs

Can someone with the Shop Manuals for an 89 F250 help me out? I need the torque specs for the oil pan, as in how many ft/lbs and the proper sequence for torquing the bolts. I need to replace my pan gasket and my Haynes manual does not have this information. Here's what I have:
1989 F250 4X4, 5.0l, neoprene one piece gasket. If you need anymore info, please let me know.
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Oil Pan Torque Specs

Hi Roger
Condensed information from a Haynes Manual
Oil pan bolts:
1/4" bolt - 84 to 108 in-lbs
5/16" bolt - 108 to 132 in-lbs

Apply a thin even coat of RTV sealant to both sides of the gaskets and a small amount of RTV sealant at each mating joint.
(Later models use a one piece gasket.)

Tighten the bolts starting from the center, and working out in each direction.

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