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Is there a torque sequence for the intake manifold on a 2.3 liter duratec engine ?

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Intake Manifold 5/16 Bolts Non-Hardening sealers 25 ft-lbs
Cast Iron Heads 3/8 Bolts 30 ft-lbs

The torque sequence is snug all down then just star left rear then right front then right rear then left front and so on

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Go to Autozone or similar business for a free computer scan. They will be happy to sell you any needed parts. I have no idea what a 'locked intake manifold' is, but I believe that I would seek out a different mechanic. Good luck!

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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These torque specs are from the Haynes manual (Ford pick-ups 97' - 03') This is a 2- step proccess. step-1 44-in-lbs step-2 89-in-lbs. There are 14 bolts that hold the manifold in place, tightening sequence goes as follows: start from the center( WORK IN A "X" PATTERN)

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two passes ,start in middle and just nip each bolt working outwards left to right ,then a then a pull with the 3/8th drive rachet till they feel right ,about 15lbs but i never use a torque wrench ,too lazy to go to the stores and book it out with all the paperwork and wait in the queue

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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