How many bolts are in a transmission pan?
16 or 17 bolts for Trans.
How many bolts are on a 4L60E transmission pan?
The 4L60E transmission uses a 16 Bolt pan, which is more than most other GM automatic transmissions.
How much torque do you put on transmission pan bolts?
Setting the pan bolts to 12 foot-pounds of torque is only recommended after the pan is properly inspected and repaired.
How many bolts are in a 4L80E transmission pan?
Easiest way to tell is pan shape. 4L80E is shaped like a rectangle with two corners lopped off and 17 bolts.
How do I identify my transmission?
Open the driver’s side door and find the white card on the side of the door that is filled with small black lettering. This card contains specific details about the year the car was made, its transmission, engine specifications and other details. Underneath or beside the “TR” symbol will be a number code.
How do I identify a 700r transmission?
If you find 2 letters, The transmission is made between 1982-1985. If you find 3 letters, the transmission is made between 1986-1993. The last way to identify if it’s a 4L60 or a 700r4 is to look at the rear of the transmission for the Aux TV Cable or wirings as discussed before.
How do I know what Chevy transmission I have?
Chevrolet transmissions can be manual or automatic. Automatic transmission on a Chevy can be identified in one of two ways: You can look at the size of the pan on the transmission or you can search for the identification number that has been stamped somewhere on the casing.
How many bolts does a 700r4 transmission pan have?
The 700r4 and the 4L60 transmission uses a bolt pattern of 16 bolts, so if the transmission looks like one of the pictures above and you can see 16 bolts, you most likely have a 700r4 or a 4L60 transmission.
How tight should a transmission pan be?
It should seal back up fine– 10 to 12 foot-pounds, like cdowns said. A 1/4″ ratchet, hand tight, is about right.
Should you use Loctite on transmission pan bolts?
They don’t require it as mentioned but it won’t hurt anything. You can still do it now and just remove one bolt at a time, clean it off and put removable loctite on. Make sure it is removable loctite as the next time you want to service it you can get the bolts out without heating the bolts and pan up!