Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
Cylinder head tightening torques for ford - explorer v6 petrol
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Fig.: Cylinder head torque sequence - 6 -cylinder engine
Cylinder head torquing should proceed in three steps and in the
prescribed order. Tighten them first to 50-55 ft. lbs. (65-71 Nm), then
give them a second tightening to 60-65 ft. lbs. (78-84 Nm). The final
step is to 70-75 ft. lbs. (91-97 Nm), at which they should remain
Six IN V - 6V
Fig.: Cylinder head bolt torque sequence - 6 -cylinder engine
Tighten the head, according to the illustrated sequence in three progressive steps. Tighten the bolts to 50-55 ft. lbs. (68-74 Nm), then 60-65 ft. lbs. (81-88 Nm) and finally to 75 ft. lbs. (102 Nm).
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