Not really... as long as you have a torque wrench (click-type preferable
here, as it's pretty tight, and unless you're an ostrich, it's hard to crane
your neck up enough to read the wrench). Tighten to 72 in.lbs., back off
the indicated number of turns, then tighten the jam nuts. Make sure you
hold the adjuster in place while you re-tighten the jam nut - they like to
spin with 'em.
While you're at it, I'd take the opportunity and install a drain plug in the
pan, to make future fluid/filter changes and adjustments a little less
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