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Old 11-17-2014, 08:20 AM   #1
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Question Need Input and Output Shaft Torque Specifications for Manual Transmission

First off, I have done extensive searching throughout the forums looking for this information, but have been unable to find what I need.

I have a 1996 Saturn SL2 with a 5 speed manual trans, and I recently welded the diff pin like many of you guys have done. I am now in the process of putting the transmission back together, but I can't seem to find the input and output shaft nut torque specs anywhere. I have found them for the automatic, which were 111 ft-lbs, but I don't know if it's the same for the 5 speed.

Does anyone know what the torque specs should be? Thanks!

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111ft-lb use new nuts, clean shaft of all oil with acetone, When installing thread it on in a single smooth motion all the way to the torque setting. If youshift the trans into 2nd gear and then carefully take the clip off of the 5th-reverse selector rod which is under the same cover you can push the synchronizer to the right side of the car and select 5th gear, this will lock the input and output shafts so they will not turn. Do not mangle that spring clip!

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