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Old 07-04-2006, 01:56 AM
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Cool Tork values for Transmission 722.414 M103 983 motor

According to my technical manual for 1991 covering my 1992 W124 030. I was looking up the tork values & setting for my automatic transmission 722.414 I was looking for the pan hex bolts to fasten transmission pan with filter and gasket and the correct tork setting in Inch pounds Vs Neuton meters.

Tell me if this sounds correct Hex bolts for fastening oil pan --------8 NM

Hex bolt drain plug on torque converter and oil pan -----------------14 NM
What is the math for converting Neuton meters to inch pounds?

Another question never clarified was does a 124 Sportline have the same transmission as a same 300-E for 1992 with out the sportline added on. Are the transmissions set differently for gearing referring to the 722.414 transmission I found in the manual for USA model 124 030 with a M103 983 L6 motor.
My 300-E seems faster off the line than an equal 1987 300-E with the same motor and transmission.

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Old 07-04-2006, 02:01 AM
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Interestingly, I just did these exact conversions so that I could use my 1/4" torque wrench on my transmission (I always use this on low-torque items). The following is a nice converter:

http://www.norbar.com/internationaltorqueconverter.php

I think I came up with around 70 in-lb for the 8NM.

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ALWAYS check TWO web sites for conversions like these - I found them on Google using

in-lb conversion NM

I have run into incorrect information on the Web!!!!!
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Old 07-04-2006, 09:28 AM
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Tranny pan bolts 60 inch pounds, from the factory manual.

"Another question never clarified was does a 124 Sportline have the same transmission as a same 300-E for 1992 with out the sportline added on. "

Yes , same transmission. Same everything except for suspension, steering, shocks, bushings, and interior.

Steve
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Old 07-04-2006, 05:12 PM
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Cool 722.4 transmission bolt torque setting

Steve.
Were did you fine 60 inch pounds for the transmission pan bolts for transmission 722.4 ? My technical manual say 8 Neuton meters that equalls 70 inch pounds is this manual wrong?
I am going to try and look at my work shop manuals ,I only picked up the technical manual for 1992 Mercedes-vehicals with my car a 300-E class with the M103 983 motor and automatic transmission.
Thanks for the correction.

Bob Geco
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Old 07-04-2006, 07:05 PM
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I honestly don't re-call and no time to go look for it. I have written with a Sharpy inside the case for the little inch pound torque wrench I bought on e-Bay for this task. I have probably done 6 to 8 transmission services on two different 300E's. No leaks at that setting. I would think 60 or 70 inch pounds is fine. Problems occur if you over tighten and bend the pan.

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