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How to separate torque converter from flywheel of 4d56 engine

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SOURCE: Torque spec for flywheel bolt: Isuzu 2.5 diesel engine

normally 110 nueton metres. use nut lock and once you have torqued you will feel if you have to tighten it a bit more.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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SOURCE: flywheel and torque converter don't match

Match everything up side by side.If both units are identical in every way there is no reason to buy anything else. Aside from matching, make sure the one you are installing has all the same electrical connections.

Posted on Apr 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Mitsu 94 Delica Spacegear with a 2.5 TD

if the codes on the blocks match each other id say so .

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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yep damage is done that much pressure on the pump will for sure cause problems . the torque should be able to slide a bit anyways as long as the 2 teeth line up in the pump to turn it and it's on the splines inside it, there's clutch pack's inside that work on pressure .. oops did a bad thing not leaving any clearance . you could try a new pump but you may be throwing good money on a dead transmission..

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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remember head torqueing is not the same as the way we do it.you need the spec book on that one

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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