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First step ................................................... 23 Nm (17 lb-ft)
Second step .................................................. 43 Nm (32 lb-ft)
Third step (you need a torque angle gauge for this).... Tighten an additional 105°2013 Ford E250 4.6 liter rod cap torque? - 0a44517d-74ae-44a9-b9d8-d2a800fd8c42.gif

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SOURCE: need torque specs for rod bearing caps on 1995 toyota terel 4 cyl

1.6 engine 36 ft lbs 1.8 engine 36 ft lbs 2.0 engine 49 ft lbs

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Hello capybluebloo: The torque specs are as follows. Step one tighten to 10-12 ft.lbs. Step two is to tighten an additional 60-65 degrease. I checked two different shop programs and they both say the same. I hope you have access to a degree meter as the degree is very important. Please leave a rating as to quality of your reply as it does help. Should you need more help just ask. Thank You for using FixYa. Roger

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SOURCE: Needing engine bolt torque specifications for a

stage 1 tighten to 30 ft pounds
stage 2 tighten 90 degrees
stage 3 loosen one full turn
stage 4 tighten to 30 ft pounds
stage 5 tighten 90 degrees
stage 6 tighten 90 degrees
this is per mitchell on demand courtesy of ford specs on the lft and right head.
for some reason there are no torque specs on mitchell for connecting rods and mains.

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SOURCE: What is the right Torque Specification of the

Cylinder heat bolt torque:
Torque sequence --------- front | 7 3 1 5 | | 8 4 2 6 | --------- Step 1: Torque all bolts in sequence to 14 Ft/Lbs Step 2: Torque all bolts in sequence to 29 Ft/Lbs Step 3: Torque all bolts in sequence to 36 Ft/Lbs Step 4: in the sequence, loosen the cylinder head bolts three turns. Step 5: Tighten short bolt to 15 - 32 Ft/Lbs Step 6: Tighten long bolt to 30 - 36 Ft/Lbs Step 7: Tighten all bolt to 175- 185 degree note: Do not loosen all of the cylinder head bolts at one time. Each cylinder head bolt must be loosened and the final tightening prior on the next bolt in the sequence.
Main bearing torque:
Torque sequence: Step 1: torque bolts to 91 Ft/Lbs with the exception of the rear main bearing cap Step 2: torque rear main bearing cap bolts to 88 Ft/Lbs Step 3: torque brace bolts to 40 Ft/Lbs
Connecting rod torque:
Torque sequence Step 1: Torque to 29 Ft/Lbs Step 2: Turn an additional 90 degrees

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