Question about 2005 Buick LaCrosse
Attaching to 3.6 vvt 2005----need sizes, lengths, threads, etc----as well as lbs for tightness ... and any other explanations for making this work. Thanks
Check out this website, they have your bolt an much more. Good luck Curt
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Hello dickiesantia: My name is Roger and I will help you. The correct torque for the crankshaft bolt is 89 ft.lb. As far as lubricant for the threads use none. You can use thread lock on the bolt. Since it has come loose I would defiantly use thread lock. Should you need any further help please just ask. Please rate the quality of this answer as this way we know you received the correct answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
SOURCE: ball joints
Alldata is usually the correct source of information tho recheck that it is showing ft lbs.
best way to find out exactly what it should be is to call your local dealer, ask for the parts guy and see if he will look up the correct torque for those bolts.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Rocker Studs (screw-in) Engine Oil 50 ft-lbs. Oil Pump Engine Oil 65 ft-lbs. Oil Pan Engine Oil 12 ft-lbs. Cam Sprocket (upper gear) Thread Locker 20 ft-lbs. Timing Cover Engine Oil 6 ft-lbs.
(Cast Iron Heads)
Non- Hardening Sealer 30 ft-lbs. Valve Cover Engine Oil 3 ft-lbs. Exhaust Manifold Anti-Seize Lubricant 25 ft-lbs. Spark Plugs No Lube or Sealer 20 ft-lbs.
Thread Locker 60 ft-lbs. Clutch Pressure Plate Thread Locker 35 ft-lbs.
Engine Oil 60 ft-lbs.
(Transmission to Block)
Engine Oil 25 ft-lbs.
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