Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
Perform it in 4 steps.
first- 45 ft.lbs
2nd- 65 ft.lbs.
3rd- 65 ft lbs again.
4th- 1/4 turn more.
After 4th step, you should have more than 90 ft.lbs. if not, replace bolt.
Also make sure you do proper sequence, as well as check all bolts (unless you bought all new) to make sure they haven't been stretched. Use a straightedge and lay threads on it to make sure they all touch straightedge.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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