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post #1 of 3 Old 02-26-2009, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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need torque specs for a blazer 2wd 4l60e trans pump

looking for the torque specs for the trans pump. just bought one and took it apart to make sure it wasnt junk.


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Re: need torque specs for a blazer 2wd 4l60e trans pump

18 to 21 ft lbs


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Re: need torque specs for a blazer 2wd 4l60e trans pump

my friends uncle owns a tranny shop hes giving me a hand

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