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SOURCE: tork specks for the pinion nut on a 10 1/4 rear end from a 97 f250 hd

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the pinion nut does not have a specific torque there is a crush sleeve in there and preload needs to be set

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SOURCE: oil filter adapter lines from block adapter to remote oil filter

The lines can be disconnected from both ends and the bracket removed but to remove the lines from the front (they cannot be removed to the rear) loosen and remove the drivers side engine mount bolt. Use a block of wood between a floor jack and the cast aluminum oil pan and jack the engine assy. up slightly (just enough to "snake" the oil filter adapter lines by the drivers side engine mount. Leave engine jacked up slightly while you "snake" the new lines into position and install the end at the engine oil filter adapter. You can then lower the engine reinstall engine mount bolt and finish the install of the lines by installing the oil filter end of the adapter lines and attach the bracket (that comes with the GM lines) to the block.

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SOURCE: Changing spark plugs on A ford Crown Victoria V-8 with coil over

Its called common sense.. Torque them in by hand.. Not too much not too little

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SOURCE: Where is oil filter located on a 2002 ford transit diesel manual engine

Of it has a 6.0L engine it is on top of the engine righ where a carburator supposs to go, this is for a ford f350 diesel

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SOURCE: 95 TOWN CAR LEAKING OIL

Yes i have found that to be the case but not very often need to clean and find the source

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