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I need to know all the torques of the different parts of the motor including pistons

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What you need is to call the service department near you and ask for a fax of the torque specifications for your year make and model of you vehicle. Yuo'll probably have to give them the VIN for engine specifics. This is your best venue. Thanks, Dana

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