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Re: NP 249 bolt torque specs
Hi brian_cherve hope these values will help you out my friend Trans case attachment nuts = 35 Nm (26 ft lbs) Propeller shafts attachment bolts = 19 Nm (170 in lbs) Rear crossmember bolts = 41 Nm (30 ft lbs) good luck and take care :)
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Which transfer case you have 242 (Selec-Trac on the shifter bezel) or
249 (Quadra-Trac on the shifter bezel). If it's a 242, you're looking
at probable linkage adjustment which is done underneath the vehicle. If
it's a 249, you're possibly looking at viscous coupling (VC) lockup.
Adjust the shift linkage; heres what to did...
...the blue arrow indicates where the linkage originally was (the lock nut screw), moved it down the green rectangle is showing the back of front driveshaft near the tcase, just for perspective.
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take the engine cowl off you do not need to remove the rad ,undo the viscous fan reverse thread on this -- the remove the pump ,the torque setting i would have to look up in the haynes book but i would say about 12/15 lbs but just tighten up with a 3/8 rachet and hold about halfway along the hangle and use two fingers to pull it and that should be the right torque
torque specs for these bolts can be found in a Haynes or Chilton manual availiable from your local parts store, or maybe at your local library, however these bolts are usually no more than 14 ft pounds, unlike cylinder head bolts, the bolts do not need to have any stretch factor to hold the oil pan gasket in place or sealed.
1 torque all bolts to 22 ft/lbs
2 torque all bolts to 45 ft/lbs
3 recheck all bolts to 45 ft/lbs
4 torque bolts 1 thru 10 to 110 ft/lbs
bolt 11 to 100 ft/lbs
bolts 12 thru 14 to 110 ft/lbs
bolt #1 is the fourth bolt from the front on the passenger side....#2 is the fourth bolt on the drivers side then you continue in a clockwise order
Basicly at the dealer we use air tools to put together the t-case. Air
ratchet for the housing and impact for the yoke nut. What it comes down
to is when the bolts on the housing is tight, you give it that extra