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Old 11-27-2009, 03:14 PM
cn90 cn90 is offline
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Another Update,

So far my repair is bone dry.

After the repair is done, there may be a a few drops of engine oil here and there on the oil pan gasket area, this is because during the re-installation of the O.F. Housing, some oil may be leaking from the O.F. Housing, so during the next few checks after the drives, you may see a few drops here and there, and just wipe it with a rag. After 3-4 checks, you will see it is bone dry.

Below is info directly from Mann-Hummel HQ on how the "Freeze Plugs" were installed at factory by Friction Force and Loctite.

So the fit is very tight to withstand the oil pressure which can be as high as 60-80 psi.
So using the M7 bolt attached to the Freeze Plug is a very secured technique.

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VOR DER MONTAGE LOCTITE-GERECHT GEWASCHEN
Wash the parts

BIS AUF ANSCHLAG EINGEPRESST – GESICHERT UND GEDICHTET MIT LOCTITE 620
Plug force fitted to block, secured and sealed with Loctite 620

AN 6 BIS 8 STELLEN VERSTEMMT
Calked at 6 to 8 points

MINDESTEINPRESSKRAFT: 1500 N
Minimum Fitting Force: 1500 Newton

MINDESTAUSPRESSKRAFT: 3000 N
Minimum Press out force: 3000 Newton

Last edited by cn90; 11-29-2009 at 02:19 PM.
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