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I need torque specs for the throttle body, I put a spacer in but dont know how tight/loose to put it at.

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SOURCE: need to know cylinder head bolt torque specs

Head Bolt Torque For your 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (3.4L SFI DOHC): clearpixel.gif Foot pounds (Final torque) clearpixel.gif Note: Torque sequence --------- | 6 2 3 7 | | 5 1 4 8 | --------- Step 1: torque in sequence to 33 Ft/Lbs Step 2: turn an additional 90 degrees Recheck final torque in sequence *** CAUTION ***engine uses Torque To Yield head bolts (TTY) thatpermanently stretch during the initial installation.New head bolts must be used when cylinder head isreplaced or re-installed to obtain proper torque. clearpixel.gif clearpixel.gif clearpixel.gif Foot pounds (Final torque) clearpixel.gif Note: Torque sequence --------- | 8 4 1 5 | | 7 3 2 6 | front --------- of engine | 6 2 3 7 | | 5 1 4 8 | Step 1: torque to 40 Ft/Lbs --------- Step 2: turn an additional 90 degrees Recheck final torque in sequence *** CAUTION ***engine uses Torque To Yield head bolts (TTY) thatpermanently stretch during the initial installation.New head bolts must be used when cylinder head isreplaced or re-installed to obtain proper torque.

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SOURCE: Torque Spec for '99 Chevy C1500 5.7L engine lower intake manifold

On 5.7L engines, install the bolts and torque in sequence as follows:

  1. Step 1: 71 inch lbs. (8 Nm).
  2. Step 2: 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
  3. Step 3: 11 ft. lbs. (15 Nm).

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SOURCE: 2000 sebring transmission pan torque spec

10 ft lbs no real patterm needed

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SOURCE: how can i clean the throttle body my self?

You can either clean it on the truck or off, better off of the truck, that way you can get both sides. Take off the black tube coming from the air filter housing, if your going to take the whole thing off the truck, you will need to disconnect the throttle cable from the housing. There should be 4 bolts holding the body onto the intake. Get a can of fuel injection air intake cleaner, spray it in the body and on the plate, wipe dry with a clean cloth. Repeat until clean. When you start the truck back up, it might sound like it's miss firing, don't worry, it will clear up.

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SOURCE: 1996 1500 Silverado V6 4.3 gas mileage.

for better freeway mileage a low back pressure exhaust will help, also run tires at max pressure, this is around 45 PSI, in town there is little you can do.

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How do I change a 1996 Chrysler concorde power steering hose?

STEERING SYSTEM - POWER -1996 Chrysler Concorde LX



WARNING: On models with Supplemental Restraint System (SRS), before any repairs are performed, disconnect and isolate battery ground cable. Failure to do so could result in accidental deployment of the air bag and possible personal injury.

1. Turn front wheels to straight-ahead position. Disconnect and isolate negative battery cable. On 3.5L engine, disconnect throttle cable from throttle body and cable bracket. On all models, remove wiper arms from wiper arm pivots. Remove 6 screws, cowl closure panel and weatherstrip as an assembly. 3. Disconnect air plenum from throttle body, PCV air tube and idle air control motor. Remove air plenum from right side of vehicle. Disconnect wiper module wiring harness. Remove wiper module from cowl panel. Remove power brake booster vacuum hose from intake manifold. Position hose aside. 4. On 3.5L models, disconnect and remove air inlet ducting to throttle bodies. Remove vacuum supply hose from power booster. Remove 2 nuts and remove brake master cylinder from power booster, with hydraulic lines connected, from power brake booster. Carefully position master cylinder against left shock tower. (REMOVE brake master cylinder only if it's in your way) 5. Remove P/S pressure hose and return hose from P/S gear. If equipped with speed proportional steering, disconnect electrical connectors from solenoid control module. Under number 5 above, only remove what you have to get out of your way, in order to remove the line that's leaking. If I remember right, the low pressure line comes off first. You may need to remove that big solenoid control module thing also, if it's in the way. A big crescent wrench I think is what I used on it. Or maybe it was a small crescent wrench with a large jaw.... Don't over tighten it when reinstalling. These things don't go in very tight. Neither do the lines. If in doubt, look up the torque spec on them first. The solenoid, I just put in a hair past snug. It didn't leak.

The pump side of the pressure line was a bear to get off of there. I finally cut it off. Then unscrewed part of the pump and the piece of the power steering line that was left hanging out. Put it in a bench vice, and wrenched them loose there. Put it back together with the new NAPA hose, and it works, and hasn't leaked a drop. Good Luck to you.

I know the numbering isn't quite right. That's because I borrowed this writeup from a post regarding power steering rack replacement, and edited it up to fit your situation. If you google the power steering rack replacement, you may find the torque specs for the power steering lines there. But you'll still have to use your arm as the torque wrench....

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here is my fathers rules of tighten things down in a car or truck or motorcycle, FINGER TIGHT.
any more than that mite be to tight and when it hot you may never get it off
when changing oil, new oil filter hand tight, that dont put muscles or hard grip or wrench on it, tight enough that it will not leak.
exception to the rule is when dealing with motors,transmissions, valve covers, rings, heads, crank shafts, starters, wheel bearings,bushings,

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