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Hi, I have an 03' Yukon XL AWD with a 4L60E transmission.  Does anyone know the torque specs for the transmission mount?  From what I have found. the bolts that attach the mount to the transmission get tightened to 18 ft/lbs.  However, I cannot find the torque for the nuts for the studs that go through the crossmember.  The mount part # is 15113134 and here's a photo of it.  Thanks!


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My '04 full-service manual specifies these for the 4l60 transmission:

Transmission Mount to Transmission Bolt: 37 ft/lbs

Transmission Mount Retaining Nut 30 ft/lbs


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Thanks so much for your help!

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