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Replacing tranny cooling lines and quick connects. 4l60e on 06,5.3 4x4. Anyone know or where I can find torque specs on connectors to tranny and rad?

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Don't torque them to be honest. The transmission case is aluminum so it doesn't need to be very tight and the radiators can strip/crack if just because they want to.

 

Snug them down and call it good, I never have them leak.

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I think around 80inch pounds not sure. Using Dorman lines. Can u reuse the old clips or use new Dorman ones if not changing quick connectors? Another site for 4l60 says 28ft lbs but that seems like a lot 

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Look at All Data or cal lyour local dealer; congrats on using a torque wrench; you can bet your bottom dollar there is a spec for that and everything else on your truck.

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