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Old 03-05-2005, 11:50 AM   #1
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Default [FAQ] D Series Torque Specs for everyone

This is for everyone, I made this torque spec thread since I and many others here always ask about torque specs. Plus I myself, find myself looking trough all my Haynes and Chilton books for torque specs while I know I can make a list like this one to make it easier. I hope this can be some help and it can be made a sticky on these boards.
These torque specs are straight from the Chilton and Haynes manuals. I might also add some ARP torque specs as well. I still need to add more as you can see Ive been a little busy so as soon as I can I will add more. I would also be cool if others can add to it as well.

ALL TOQUE SPECS ARE IN FT-LB.

A/T Tranny Drain plug......................... 29
M/T Tranny Drain and fill plug..............30-40
Wheel Lug Nuts....................................80
Fuel Filter
Banjo Bolt............................................16
Service Bolt.........................................9
Clamp Bolt...........................................9

Valve cover Bolts...................................7
Spark Plugs..........................................13
Cam Gear Bolt.......................................27
Cam cover crown nuts.............................7
Crank(vibration) damper bolt...................119
Cylinder Head Studs....................1st step..22...2nd..49
Flywheel Bolts M/T................................76
Drive Plate bolts for A/T........................54
Header Bolts to Cylinder Head................22
Header to downpipe bolts.......................33
Intake Manifold Bolts..............................16
Oil Pan bolts...........................................9
Oil pick up tube bolts..............................17
Oil Pump to engine block bolts/nuts...........9
Oil Pump Screen bolts..............................8
Oil pump cover Screws.............................5
Oil filter Housing Bolts..............................9
Rocker arm shaft pedestal bolts................16
Rocker arm shaft end caps bolts................9
Timing belt adjstment bolt.........................31
Rod Bolts............................................. ....23

Main Bearings cap bolts
Separate caps and bridge..........................48
One piece cap assembly............................33
Water pump pulley bolts.............................9
Thersmostat housing bolts..........................9
Water pump attaching bolts.........................9

Fuel injection service bolts
88-90................................................ ......9
91up.............................................. ..........11
Throttle Body nuts.....................................16
Fuel Rail nut..............................................9

Manual Transmission
Countershaft locknuts................................65
End cover bolts.........................................9
Selector arm holder bolts...........................9
Tranny case to Flywhee housing..................20
Tranny to engine bolts
4 speed............................................. ........33
5 speed............................................. ........50
Clutch pressure plate bolts...........................19
Release fork bolts........................................22
Driveaxle/hub nuts.......................................134

Brake hose to caliper banjo bolts (front/Rear)...25
Master Cylinder Mounting nuts.......................11
Brake Booster mounting nuts.........................9


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excellent job. prime sticky material.
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I did something like this a while back for B series motors.

Just a little FYI 1 FT/LB equals 12 IN/LB, so if you want to use a beam type wrench which are almost all IN/LBS take your FT/LBS and multiply by twelve to get IN/LBS.

This is good to know because for any bolt requiring 20 ft/lbs or below, you should convert to in/lb because it's a little more accurate. Also when tightening bolts that you absolutely, positively do not want to break such as cam cap bolts whether its for B or D series, you should use a beam type torque wrench with IN/LBS and NOT a clicker type torque wrench which are usually FT/LBS.
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I did something like this a while back for B series motors.

Just a little FYI 1 FT/LB equals 12 IN/LB, so if you want to use a beam type wrench which are almost all IN/LBS take your FT/LBS and multiply by twelve to get IN/LBS.

This is good to know because for any bolt requiring 20 ft/lbs or below, you should convert to in/lb because it's a little more accurate. Also when tightening bolts that you absolutely, positively do not want to break such as cam cap bolts whether its for B or D series, you should use a beam type torque wrench with IN/LBS and NOT a clicker type torque wrench which are usually FT/LBS.
Cool were is your B series thread at you should post it on here. I would have added B series but I didnt have any books for them. Click the image to open in full size.
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Cool were is your B series thread at you should post it on here. I would have added B series but I didnt have any books for them. Click the image to open in full size.
I did a FAQ thread similar to this, and I posted it in the EF forum. It is in page 2 of the FAQ thread at the top. I didn't include any engine/block internal TQ specs, cause I figure if you're doing any major internal work you'd want to have an FSM handy anyways.

Here is my thread, which I did a little different:

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I did a FAQ thread similar to this, and I posted it in the EF forum. It is in page 2 of the FAQ thread at the top. I didn't include any engine/block internal TQ specs, cause I figure if you're doing any major internal work you'd want to have an FSM handy anyways.

Here is my thread, which I did a little different:

B SERIES COMMON TQ SPECS
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Nice thanks for the info! I will need it soon
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where is the pressure plate tq specs?
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So..the headstud specs...u do it in any order? Any specific sequence or simply 1 full torque down at 22 lbs, then another run at 49?
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Where are the ARP head studs spec? I see the 22, 49 in two steps. Is this for ARP or Stock?

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One sticky from http://www.d-series.org/forums....html says the following

Cylinder Head Bolts for D16Y8
step 1(bolts 1-10)....15ft lbs
step 2(bolts 1-10)....36ft lbs
step 3(bolts 1-10)....49ft lbs
step 4(bolts 1 & 2)....49ft lbs
Cylinder Heads...All D ARP Studs
Step 1......15ft lbs
Step 2......30ft lbs
Step 3......62ft lbs
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Wow guys ty so much for the info. I'm going to blot my tranny up tonight now that i have the right TQ for the flywheel bolts and PP, Thanks a bunch>Kov
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you rock. thanks so much for all this usefull info. i wish everything were this easy
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