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Hi
I first try a search but couldn’t find it.

I need the torque specs for the bolts of the oil pan. and front differential.
I have a Trailblazer LTZ 2002.
My front differential went out of oil and the bearings melt down. I have to remove a lot of things and couldn't take it off, so I have to remove the oil pan.

Any help will be appreciate
 

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Oh I forgot to say, it's Engine oil Pan.

Tks for your response
 

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So, I know this is an old ass post, but it was the first that popped up on my Google search for the oil
torque specs.

I see the guy who responded is banned; andI can only assume with good reason because those specs make no damn sense.

The end bolts are torqued more than the side bolts?

The side bolts (13mm) should be 18ftlbs (216 in lbs).

The end bolts (10mm) should be 89inlbs.
 

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Welcome to the Forum!

What year, model, and engine do you have? Need to know that for the proper torque values.
 

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... and THIS Zombie is another flying example of why we should be allowed to solve the problems and CLOSE the OP's original post to make sure that the facts are correct and if not, correct them!

Even if it's years after the fact ... there is NO SUCH THING AS A ZOMBIE ....... especially if it's wrong !
 
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