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Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? #5113518 05/23/19 12:40 PM
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98 Expedition 5.4 4x4 4r100 tranny.
I just removed my torque converter drain bolt and was a little surprised to see no washer or thread sealant.
Is this the way it is supposed to be, just the bolt only?
Also anyone have torque for torque converter drain bolt, transmission pan bolts and transmission pan drain bolt?

Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: Fitz98] #5113703 05/23/19 03:18 PM
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Had 2 drains on a 1962 Buick transmission torque converter. They were 1/8" NPT plugs, so no sealer was used.

Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: Fitz98] #5113725 05/23/19 03:36 PM
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On the MB 722.9 transmissions the torque converter drain plug uses a copper washer and thread locker.

Bdcardinal is the person who can help you with this.


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Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: Fitz98] #5113748 05/23/19 04:08 PM
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No washer listed. The p/n is 87650-S with a description of "plug - dry seal tapered thread - 1/8-27"


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Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: Fitz98] #5113771 05/23/19 04:30 PM
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Pipe plug?

Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: CT8] #5113795 05/23/19 05:09 PM
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Pipe plug is not the same as Dry seal. Look it up.

Re: Torque converter drain bolt - No sealing washer? [Re: Fitz98] #5113911 05/23/19 06:48 PM
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It's just 1/8 pipe. Just screw it back in with no sealant - you don't want any foreign sealant goo inside the converter/trans


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