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SOURCE: need torque specs

Torque sequence:
Step 1: Torque 29 to 34 Ft/Lbs
Step 2: Torque an additional 90 to 120 degrees

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SOURCE: i need all torque specs main bearing caps

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SOURCE: Hello, what are the torque specs on the conrod

connecting rod cap torque specs is 18 ft. lb and tighten an additional 90 degree.
hope this can help

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SOURCE: torque settings for a hyundai accent 1500 1998

cylinder head bolt torque

52-55 ft lbs. cold engine
59-63 ft lbs. hot engine

connecting rod cap nut 26-28 ft lbs. SOHC
connecting rod cap nut 23-26 ft lbs. DOHC

main caps 41-44 ft lbs.

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