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Originally posted by dweymer
Wayne, I think 18Nm is standard, torque value up to 25Nm on the shafts if leaking right? I don't have enough room to be comfortable replacing the seals without an engine drop. Hopefully tightening them will work.
You're not going to be able to get a torque wrench in there anyways. If I were you, I would identify which ones were leaking and install the seals only in those. Leave the others alone if they are dry...

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