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Torque for 85 econovan 1.8 fe motor

Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone can tell me the torque settings for 85 fe 1.8 econovan motor, head and conrod nuts.. cheers! micko.

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  • m_mdunn Feb 10, 2009

    sorry its actually an Econovan.. same as Mazda E2000. 1.8 4cyl FE motor.. thanks, Micko

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A 1.8 in an 1985 econoline van i'm pretty sure that a 240ci inline 6cyl was the smallest engine these use now if you mean 5.8 this is what you want cyl hd.105-112 ft lbs rod blts 40-45 main bearing 95-105 imtake manifold 23-25 good luck

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