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Old 03-30-2009, 10:03 AM
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Oil pan torque sequence, 302

have a felpro one pc gasket for a 302. anyone have a diagram for the sequence of torqing the oil pan bolts and torque values of bolts, small & large. thanks once again.
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There's no torque sequence for the pan. Just cinch everything up evenly and don't overtighten a pan or valve cover gasket.
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The one piece gasket is the way to go. I just put one on my 302 and tighten them up as close to the same as I could. No leaks at all. Like he said just don't over tighten them.
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start in the middle and work your way out to the front and rear. Off the top of my head, the torque value was around 10 ft-lbs.
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