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What are the torque settings for main and big end bearings on a 1995 Ford Eskort 1.4

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SOURCE: Hi. can anyone please help I need torque settings

Go to your friendly Ford dealer or your favorite mechanic. If your nice they will probably give you the info. ; or else try googling it.

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SOURCE: Main Bearing Torque for 1995 Ford Escort Model J engine 1.9 ltr

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