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Old 07-04-2023, 06:19 PM #16
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did a drain & fill today with a tube of shudderfix. 5.5 qts came out (B&M cooler so extra) but one big SNAFU....I snapped a transmission pan bolt. I was tightening it down per the toyota FSM at 65 ft-lbs.....which is wrong. I checked my Haynes manual, HAYNES!, and it says 60 in-lb. Then I see Timmy mentions it on his video too that toyota has a typo. I'm furious. I did this service before but that was like 50k ago and I didn't have the FSM back then. I was using Haynes and youtube. So now I'm afraid to re-do this in a few thousand miles when i inevitably do drain and fill #2. It's a corner bolt too. Right now I have the Beck Arnley kit on there because I don't want to chip away FIPG again, but I'll do toyota FIPG at the 3rd and final fill.



Also found a loose heat shield at the 02 sensor like i suspected so I bolted that up. So who knows if the rattling was the tranny or the heat shield. Magnets showed what I expected for 50k service (my next date was at 212k miles and right now i'm just shy of 209k so it's about right).



What do i do about this bolt? Part of me thinks just fill over it with FIPG once I'm ready for the third fill.
You talking about a transmission pan bolt?


Just see if it seeps. When steel bolts screw into aluminum casting. Mostly the the Max on small bolts is 15ft lbs. Even larger bolts the torques are not very high as aluminum is softer. Steel and cast iron can tale much higher torque specs.

So 60ft lbs vrs 60 inch pounds [ 5ft pounds] is quite a difference.

Maybe it snapped off and left you a nub that you can turn out with vice grips.

Another option would be a really small essay out with reverse drill bit drilling the center out and using the easy out to get the bolt out.

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i didn't even think about common torque limits, just followed the manual. Right now the bolt head spins so it's not threaded in there. I haven't had much luck reversing bolts out in other applications and I am hesitant to see on this
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