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What is the torque specs on the 4 bolts that hold the steering knuckle on a 1998 K2500

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SOURCE: Looking for the torque specs for 1998 chevy astro van?

1998 chevy astro 4.3 v6 torque specs include :
* foot pounds *
balance shaft (if equiped) gear bolt = step 1 = 15 ft.lbs. step2 = additional 35 degrees.
camshaft sprocket bolt = 18 ft. lbs.
connecting rod cap = step 1 = 20 ft. lbs. step 2 = additional 70 degrees.
crankshaft damper bolt = 74 ft. lbs.
crankshaft oil deflectorbolt/nut = 27 ft.lbs.
cylinder head bolts = step 1 = 15 ft. lbs. step 2 = additional 73 degrees. (tighten in sequence)
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exhaust manifold bolts = step 1 = 11 ft. lbs. step 2 = 22 ft. lbs.
flywheel bolt = 74 ft. lbs.
main bearing cap bolts = step 1 = 15 ft. lbs. step 2 = additional 73 degrees.
oil filter adapter bolt = 15 ft. lbs.
oil pan bolt/nut = 18 ft. lbs.
oil pump bolt = 66 ft. lbs.
rocker arm with press in studs = 18 ft. lbs.
rocker arm with screw in studs = 19 ft. lbs.
valve lifter retainer bolt = 12 ft. lbs.
water pump bolt = 33 ft. lbs.
* inch pounds *
balance shaft retaining plate bolt = 106 in. lbs.
camshaft retainer plate bolt = 106 in. lbs.
front cover bolt = 106 in. lbs.
intake manifold upper = step 1 = 44 in. lbs. step 2 = 88 in. lbs.
intake manifold lower = step 1 = 27 in. lbs. step 2 = 106 in. lbs. step 3 = 133 in. lbs. ** (tighten bolts in sequence)

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Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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SOURCE: I need the torque specs and sequence on a 1998 chevy 350 vortec

Vortecs are a little different that old school small blocks, grab a Haynes or Chiltons, the cross patterns and specs are simply diagramed. Vortec, as any really, start with 25# then 45# and then final torque which I believe is around 70-75# but to be sure verify with the manual. AutoZones, Murry's, Adavance auto all carry the books, Cheap insurance.
Dan

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Front Hub Bearing Torque specs to complete replacement

THE LUG NUT TORQUE SPEC - 140FT/LBS\
CALIPER MOUNT - 80FT/LBS
CALIPER BRACKET 129FT/LBS
AXLE NUT 177FT/LBS

Posted on May 09, 2009

johnjohn2

Johnny Brown

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SOURCE: 2004 silverado rear brake torque specification,

31 ft lbs for caliper to bracket, then caliper bracket to nuckle is.148 ft lbs for 6400 & 7200 lbs GVWR or
122 ft lbs for 9900 lbs GVWR or
221 ft lbs for 12300 lbs GVWR.
good luck hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Torque Specs for Head Bolts on 1997 GMC Sierra V8 5.0 Vortec?

.0L Torque Specs Belhousing to engine bolts 28-38 ft/lbs Camshaft sprocket bolt 40-45 ft/lbs Camshaft thrust plate to engine block bolts 108-144 in/lbs Crankshaft pulley to vibration damper bolts 35-50 ft/lbs Cylinder head bolts -1979-1992 --Step 1 55-65 ft/lbs --Step 2 65-72 ft/lbs -1993-up --Step 1 25-35 ft/lbs --Step 2 45-55 ft/lbs --Step 3 75-85 ft/lbs Differential shaft lock bolt 15-30 ft/lbs Driveshaft U-joint to pinion flange bolts 70-95 ft/lbs Exhaust manifold bolts 26-32 ft/lbs Flywheel mounting bolts 75-85 ft/lbs Front engine mount nuts 72-98 ft/lbs Intake manifold to head bolts --Step 1 96 in/lbs --Step 2 16ft/lbs --Step 3 23-25 ft/lbs Intake manifold (upper intake to lower) 12-18 ft/lbs Oil filter insert to engine block adapter bolt 20-30 ft/lbs Oil pan mounting bolts -1979 --Step 1 (Large bolts) 11-13 ft/lbs --Step 1 (Short bolts) 7-9 ft/lbs --Step 2 (Large Bolts) 15-17 ft/lbs --Step 2 (Short Bolts) 10-12 ft/lbs -1980 to 1987 9-11 ft/lbs -1988 to 1993 6-9 ft/lbs -1994-up 110-144 in/lbs Oil pickup tube to main bearing cap nut 22-32 ft/lbs Oil pickup tube to oil pump bolts -1979 to 1987 10-15 ft/lbs -1988-up 12-18 ft/lbs Oil pump mounting bolts 22-32 ft/lbs Pinion bearing preload 8-14 in/lbs Pressure plate to flywheel bolts 12-24 ft/lbs Rocker arm fulcrm bolts 18-25 ft/lbs Spark plugs 7-14 ft/lbs Timing chain cover bolts 12-18 ft/lbs Vibration damper to crackshaft bolt 110-130 ft/lbs Wheel lug nuts 85-105 ft/lbs

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