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Hi Michael could you send me a clearer copy of the torque setting 2.0lt Ford focus duratec 16v mk2 2007 main, big end bearing, head, thanks

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No kidding lol i got the head here
fel_pro_torque_specs_guide.pdf

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SOURCE: Hi i need the torque settings on a tata xenon 3.0L for main bearings and big ends and head please

If you don't have a service manual for this vehicle I highly suggest purchasing one as it will have the correct torque values. I don't recommend using the information you get from any random person cuz they could just make it up on the spot and could be really screwing yourself. Get the service manual or call the dealership and ask a technician certified to work on your vehicle.

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SOURCE: Hi their can some assist with the torque setting on a ford fiesta 1.4 duratec 2004 on the main bearing and big end

Your better off buying a decent workshop manual, like a Haynes manual. Those bolts use two different settings to tighten them. You first use a torque setting then you use an angular torque gauge to turn the bolt an extra fixed number of degrees. Setting them wrong could blow the entire engine.

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Hi their can some assist with the torque setting on a ford fiesta 1.4 duratec 2004 on the main bearing and big end


Your better off buying a decent workshop manual, like a Haynes manual. Those bolts use two different settings to tighten them. You first use a torque setting then you use an angular torque gauge to turn the bolt an extra fixed number of degrees. Setting them wrong could blow the entire engine.

Dec 26, 2017 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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I need torque settings on 2.2 ford ranger tdci 2012 head bolts, mains and bigend bearings


hi lourens.
not sure if this link will help but have a look.
do not go into anything that has the word fixya next to it as it will only bring you back here.
torque settings on 2 2 ford ranger tdci 2012 head bolts mains and big end...

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I need the big end torque on the Rocam engine please


A cheap shop manual will have this and much more. If you are in this deep you probably need one.

Sep 05, 2016 | 2000 Ford Ka

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Torque settings on a yaris 1.3 16v big ends,mains,flywheel,cylinderhead


Toyota Yaris Main and Big end Torque settings:
Tighten the main and big end bolts in sequential order and in two steps.
Main bearings. Stage 1.
22 ft lbs.
Stage 2.
44 ft lbs

Big end bearings.
Stage 1.
11 ft lbs.
Then Rotate bolt head a further by 90 degrees

Head bolt torque must be done in 3 steps:
1st 22 ft lbs
2nd 43 ft lbs
final 47 ft lbs
use this sequence of tightening:
9 - 3 -1 -6 -8
7 - 5 - 2 -4 - 10

Flywheel spec:
65 ft lbs

Jul 15, 2016 | 2007 Toyota Yaris

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Hi I need the torque settings for both the cylinder head and the bottom end bearings for a 1997 Toyota Prado (3.4litre petrol). Thanks


1997 Toyota Prado 5VZ-FE
Cylinder head bolts:

Tighten the cylinder head bolts in criss cross manner inside out, in four stages as under:
Stage 1. Torque the bolts up to 17 Nm.
Stage 2. 34 Nm.
Stage 3. Rotate all the bolts 90 degrees.
Stage 4. Finally rotate all the bolts further 90 degrees.

Main Bearings:
Tighten the main bearing bolts in two stages, as under:
Stage 1. 61 Nm.
Stage 2. Rotate the bolts further 90 degrees.

Big end bearings:
Tighten the big end bolt of connecting rods in two stages as under:
Stage 1. 25 Nm.
Stage 2. Rotate the bolts further 90 degrees.

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I need the torque specs for the main and rod bolt for a 99 escort 2.0l engine


engine tightening torques
Main bearings Renew bolts/nuts No
Main bearings Stage 1 43 Nm
Main bearings Stage 2 85 Nm
Big end bearings Renew bolts/nuts Yes
Big end bearings Stage 1 15 Nm
Big end bearings Stage 2 90°

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