Question about Jeep Cherokee
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Draw a rectangle and then draw seven bolt holes on each edge.
number the top (will be right side of engine) this way> 12,8,4,1,5,9,13.
Second row starting under #12 is:11,7,3,2,6,10,14.
Bolts are torqued in a spiral in order, 1 through 14 at 22 foot pounds, again at 45, again at same, again at 110 but #11 goes to 100, not 110 (this bolt also gets sealant on threads to prevent seepage) then continue with remainder in order at 110 pounds.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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