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I have done this many times before and the pinion has stayed seated. This time, the pinion fell into the housing somewhat and I was wondering if just pulling it back up to the seat and tighten back to the original spec is OK? I used a torque wrench to remove, used it to reinstall, then tightened to the mark on the nut. It was very close to the mark usiong the same torque that it took to remove. What do you think?