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      Auto Transmission oil pan torque specs?

      Anyone happen to know what the torque specs are for the transmission oil pan on an automatic aveo?

      Also, was going to put some blue loctite on the bolts. I assume they had some sort of thread locker to begin with?



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      this is copy and paste from my 07-09 manualName:  Snap1.jpg
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      just a quick note to the second part of your question i always just coat the pan bolts with the same oil resistant gasket maker /sealant im using on the pan.

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      Perfect, thanks!

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      charlie b, where'd you get that electronic manual at?

      blawson, did you perform a trans service? What all did you do...I'm about to do mine.

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      looks like we got ourselves a thread hijacker!up against the wall snrusnak while i inform the firing squad i got a full maunaul online for 10.99 usd states its a gm shop manual for 07-09. also petrifiedrabbit has some type of manual as well.but these manuals are large and cant be emailed to some1 but i could email sections regarding some1s needs.but for 10.99 its worth o
      rdering yourself.Chevrolet AVEO5 2007-2010 Factory Service Repair Manual - Download Technical

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      by the way im not sure if that was the actual site i ordered mine from just googled it.i tried to find 1 for free but gave up after sites giving me the run around.by the way snrusnak do u happen to know this guyName:  Snap1.jpg
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      LOL no intent to hijack sorry! Yeah that's me on the Z forum! (I'm also on some buell forums w/ the same name as well...)

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      Quote Originally Posted by snrusnak View Post
      charlie b, where'd you get that electronic manual at?

      blawson, did you perform a trans service? What all did you do...I'm about to do mine.
      Unfortunately, due to my incompetence, i drained the transmission fluid instead of the motor oil

      So I decided while it was drained I would pull the pan off and clean the filter and magnets in the pan. From what I was reading draining the pan will get you just over 2qts of fluid out, I found that after pulling the pan off I got quite a bit more fluid from the pan and the filter.
      If I filled it properly, it took 4qts of T-IV fluid from the TOYOTA dealer. $6.11/qt compared to almost $18/qt from GM!

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      lol i did that the first oil change couple years ago on the 05.fortunately i noticed b4 i filled the engine with more oil.did you take some pics of the pickup filter?can u share if you did?did you use gasket glue or did you reuse the gasket.just asking for info wont be goin in mine any time soon only has 39,000km,but i did a drain and fill and it only dropped 2litres out the plug.here gm iv trans oil is 13 per litre and toyota is 8.45 litre.our transmitions are shared with the toyota yaris as well as many others.





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