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Torque settings rocker shaft assembly for mitsubishi 6m601at2 &valve clearane

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SOURCE: 1997 mitsubishi torque specification

20Nm (14 ft lbs.)

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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SOURCE: torque on rocker nuts

First of all, put down that torque wrench! It's BS that the mfr puts in there to cover their ***.

You'll need a 14mm and 10mm open end and of course a set of feeler gauges.

With the small nut loose set your gap ( .006 intake/ .008 exhaust +/- .001 on each). Once you got your gap, hold the large nut with the 14mm and tighten down the small one. Now check your gap again, it hard to keep from moving slightly and my take a few attempts. You want to make it snug but don't gorilla torque it.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

Hentie
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SOURCE: specs for a 1997 Ford Ka 1297 cc

If the vehicle is fitted with a Rocam engine, the valve clearance is not adjustable, hydraulic lifters.
The camshaft caps are torqued in two stages, first 10Nm and than 90 degrees

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

steve_e_uk
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SOURCE: can you tell me the torque settings on a rocker

on the 4.0 its , first tightning 3nm, second tightning 7nm and its the same for the 4.6 hope that helps

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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SOURCE: ENGINE TORQUE SETTING FOR ASSEMBLY ON MAINS,BIGENDS AND CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVE CLEARANCE

As you have not specified what engine , I suggest that a workshop manual for the engine would be a good idea as it will have all these details and other information that you will need down the track.

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I was quoted $500 to replace all the lifters. Is this a good price?


That is a ridiculously high price to replace lifters on a 4 or 6 cylinder engine. On the Mitsubishi 4 cylinder motor, the only thing that is needed to do is remove the valve cover and remove the rocker rod. (2 rods which hold the rocker assembly.) Next is remove the lifters from the bottoms of the rockers and pop in the new ones. Be sure to soak the new lifters in oil for 24-48hrs prior to install so they are pre-filled before install. Replace the rocker assembly and torque down to specs. replace valve cover and then start the vehicle. Check that there is no loud tapping noise and do not race the engine until the lifters have pumped up with engine oil. You should replace oil and filter for this engine work as well.

Apr 17, 2015 | 1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max

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Torque settings for rocker shaft for a 1998 7k toyota 1800


There is no such thing as a rocker shaft. There is a cam shaft, rocker arm assembly, Rocker arm, lifter etc. If you are talking about the rocker arm assembly that bolts to the head, it is 58 Ft/lbs. If you are talking about the actual rocker arms, you tighten them till they contact the push rod and the valve stem and then you put oil control clips on so the oil does not spray and you start the engine. You tighten them down till the chattering noise goes away, then back them off 1/8 to 1/4 turn.

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Torque setting for 1972 Cororna


My manual shows an 8RC for 70 and 71 and an 18RC for the 72-74

18RC valve clearance HOT IN .008 EX .014 cold spec. .007 .013
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Rocker arms


simply the rockers are on a shaft as a assy. you set them down in place over the valve and the lifter put the retainers and bolts in then step torque them down from the center bolts out do it in a few steps to make sure they are seated properly then torque to spec.

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Am put a new head set on my mustang 302 engine in no more compression y need a set up to adjust valve +


if you have everything installed correctly then these valves are a torque value that need a torque wrench to torque the rocker nut to specs.you don`t say if you have change from the factory style head assembly.

Jul 25, 2011 | 1986 Ford Mustang

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1994 Mitsubishi Lancer 12valve 4g15 torque settings for headbolts


I have a 1994 1.5 litre Mitsubishi Lancer with a 12 valve engine. Located to the right of the rocker cover is the distributor and coil assembly. I have to replace the coil because the old one died. I can remove everything with ease except for a small spring loaded plate that appears to have been pressed onto the shaft. How can I remove that plate without damaging the shaft so that I can replace the coil?

Jan 03, 2011 | Mitsubishi Lancer Cars & Trucks

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I have oil leakin on top of my spark plug wires in the tube ive changed the valve cover gasket 3 times i even put high heat cilcone over around the spark plug tubes but all it does is slow it down im not...


Two things:

1. Make sure you torque the bolts down to the right specification, which is 83 inch pounds (or about 7 ft lbs). Work opposite end of the cover and start with a lower torque first (like 50 in lbs), then go up to 83. It's just a good practice.

2. If that does not work, get a Fel Pro gasket set VS50365R (pic below). What is special about this set is the really thin o-rings there in the middle. Those are the rocker arm tube seals. You need to take the rocker arms off in order to replace them, but this way you're doing a complete job and you probably won't have that issue again. If you don't want to get the whole set again (since you already replaced most of it 3x over), you can probably just go to a honda dealership and pick up the 4 you need.


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Here are the seals under the rocker arms:

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If you decide to do this yourself, it's a good idea to get a set of feeler gauges so you can properly gap the clearance from the rocker arms to the valves. Intake valves should be gaped to .010 in, and exhaust valves to .012 inches. Also, yes, you can take the rocker arm assembly off without removing the distributor...just take off that one bolt that is in the way. The torque for the bolts holding in the rocker assembly is 9 ft-lbs for the smaller 6x1mm bolts and 16 ft-lbs for the larger 8x1.25mm bolts. Here is the torque sequence...

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Oct 06, 2010 | 1992 Honda Accord

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I replaced the lifters in my 2000 galant 2.4 L and i need to know what to torque the rocker arm shafts to.


1.5 and 1.8 engines:
* Install the rocker arm and shaft assemblies. Tighten the rocker arm shaft retainer bolts to 23 ft. lbs. (32 Nm).

* Check valve adjustment and install the valve cover. Tighten the valve cover bolts to 16 inch lbs. (1.8 Nm) for the 1.5L engine or to 29 inch lbs. (3.3 Nm) for the 1.8L engine.



2.0 engine
* Lubricate the rocker shaft with clean engine oil and install the rockers and springs in their proper places.

* Install the rocker shaft assemblies on the engine. Tighten the bolts gradually and evenly to 21-25 ft. lbs. (29-35 Nm).



2.4 engine

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Fig. Rocker arm shafts and components-2.4L engine



* Fit the rocker shaft springs from above and position them so that they are at right angles to the plug side. Install the rocker springs before installing the exhaust side rocker shaft and rocker arm assembly.

* Install the exhaust side rocker shaft assembly in the engine. Tighten the rocker shaft mounting bolts gradually and evenly to 23 ft. lbs. (32 Nm).
* Remove the lash adjuster retaining tools.
* Install the rocker cover and tighten the mounting bolts to 30 inch lbs. (3 Nm).

* Reinstall the spark plug wires to the spark plugs.



Hope helps.

Sep 06, 2010 | Mitsubishi Galant Cars & Trucks

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Complete torque specs. for entire engine. rods, mains, heads. etc.


Assuming 3.0 V6, per my manual:

All in FT pounds torque,unless noted:

Main bearings: 60
Connecting rod bearing cap nuts: 34
Rocker arm shaft bolts 180 INCH POUNDS
Intake manifold: 168 INCH POUNDS
Exhaust manifold nuts: 18
Crankshaft vibration dampner bolt: 112
Cam shaft sprocket bolts: 70
Head bolts: 76 - 83
If you need others please let me know, when working with Aluminum parts go easy as they can strip easy.
Please let me know if this helped,
Tom

Apr 30, 2010 | 1991 Mitsubishi Mighty Max

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HOW DO YOU REPLACE TAPPETS ON A 2000 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT XLS


You'll need to get under the valve covers. If this is a 3.0 liter V6 you'll want to take the valve train off of the cams. Be ceratin to loosen all of the bolts a little at a time as the valve springs will cause the assemble to stain. As the valve train becomes loose the tappets can drop from the rockers (be carefull to catch these or wrap something around them to prevent them from falling out. (to not move the cams) once out you can repplace the tappets, before doing soing place each tappet in a cup od oil and pump them full of oil. Place a small wire in to each tappet and gentley press down while pumping back and forth, you'll note the air coming out once full of oil replace in valve train and carefully reinstall, use a torque wrench for proper values. It can be done, Ihave done it, take your time and be patient.
I hope this may have helped,
Tom

Jul 05, 2009 | 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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