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Differential Torque settings for 2003 Town Car

Anyone what the settings are for the Diff???

Thanks in advance

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  • ladyjan41 Feb 20, 2009

    I meant the rear axel diff.....

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New cylinder head bolts are required and an angle guage,or you can make one up with card and a set square. Head bolt torque is 25Nm(newton metres)+60degrees + 60deg + 60 deg so it's a four step process.Con.rod bolts(big-end)28Nm,Inlet manifold 28Nm,Exhaust manifold 25Nm, Crank pulley 40Nm,Sump 5Nm and use locking compound (loctite)Timing cover 6Nm. Valve clearance,set inlets to .006" and ehausts to .010"(set approx.when cold then re-adjust while warmed engine is idling.

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