Question about Toyota 4Runner
The connecting rod nuts for these engines use a combination torque, then turn method to achieve the proper clamping load. First the nut is torqued to 18 lbs.ft., then turned an additional 90°. It is possible for the rod bolt to slightly turn inside the connecting rod during this process, causing the final torque to be below specifications. The nut must be turned 90° relative to the bolt, not the connecting rod.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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