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Mitsubishi diesel engine

Could you assist with the torque setting for the 5 studs that retain the tappet shaft in a Mitsubishi 2.5 ltr turbo diese engine of a 4wd dual cab ute please

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Is this a USA model? I don't show any Diesel models sold in USA

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I would not worry about torque settings just tighten them down to what feels comfortable to you, this should be OK. it is how i do it, as long as there is not alot of play in them, you should be fine.

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