30NM or 22ft/lbs and use a new crush washer.
Oli drain plug torque?
Could you tell me what would be the proper oil drain plug torque for my 2007 Toyota Camry with a 2.4 liter , 4 cylinder engine . Thank you so very much for your time and effort for me . Richard M. Birkby , E-Mail = email@example.com . Also , I'm thinking of buying and installing a new drain plug ths is magnettic . Could you give me your opinion of that thought ???
Oil Drain Plug Torque ?
I have a 2007 Toyota Camry with a 2.4 liter engine in it . I am very particular about torqueing things to the proper torque values . The drain plug is not leaking onr bit !!!! I have been riding motorcycles for many years and have seen applicaions were the motorcycle manufacturers would use " magnetic " drain plugs in some applications and was thinking of buying one for my 2007 Toyota Camry thr next time I change the oil and filter . I REPEAT , THE CURRENT FACTORY INSTALLED OIL DRAIN PLUF IS NOT , IS NOT LEAKING AND I WOULD APPRECIATE IT IF SOMEONE COULD E-MAIL ME AS TO THE PROPER TORQUE VALUE IN FT. LBS. i ASSUME THAT THERE WILL BE A SMALL TOLLERENCE OF BETWEEN A , THIS AND THAT . ( LIKE TO TIGHTEN IT TO BETWEEN 15 - 20 FT. LBS. ) i WOULD CERTAINLY APPRECIATE AN INFO THAT SOMEONE COULD E-MAIL ME BACK WITH !!!! tHANKS SO VERY MUCH FOR FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT FOR ME !!!!
'00 Beetle, 1.8t T3S60, Brute Rods, Supertech Valve train (stock cam shafts for now), port and polished small port head, custom FMIC (pain in the a** on a Bug!), Bosch 440cc injectors, 3.5FPR, Catch Can, 2.0 Coils with Iridiums, Wilwood BBK, too much other stuff to list, too much $$ spent.