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Old 11-09-2010, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Torques for most everything on the 6.2

Hey if theres a mod online stick this into the FAQs
Torque specs for most everything on the 6.2
ALL in ft lbs unless otherwise mentioned.

Bellhousing - 30
Cam Gear - 75
Cam Thrush Plate - 17
Connecting Rod nuts - 48
Crankshaft Pulley - 30
Cylinder Head (3 steps) 20 / 50 / +90 degrees
Engine Mount to Block - 75
Engine Mount to Frame - 50
Exhaust Manifold - 26
Flywheel bolts - 65
Front cover bolts - 33
Glow Plugs - 156 in/pd use anti-seize
Harmonic Balancer - 200
Injector Lines - 19
Injector Nozzle - 50
Injector pump Retaining nut - 30
Injector Pump Gear bolt - 20
Injector Pump Baffle bolt - 33
Intake Manifold - 31
Lifter Guideplate - 18
Main Bearing caps inner 110 / outer 100
Oil Cooler Line to Filter - 12
Oil Cooler to Rad -25
Oil Pump Drive bolt - 31
Oil Pump Retaining bolt - 65
Oil Pan Plug - 20
Pressure plate to flywheel bolts 38-40 ft-lbs (use loc-tite)
Pulley to Damper - 20
Rocker Arm Cover - 16
Rocker Arm Shaft - 40
Starter Bolts - 35
Thermostat Housing - 35
Turbocharger to Manifold - 37
Vibration Damper - 200
Water Crossover to Head - 31
Water Pump to Cover - 31
Water Pump Plate to Pump - 16
Vacuum Pump Retaining nut - 31
Valve Covers - 16

Oil Pan bolts - inch lbs
rear 2, 84
others 204

Body Mounts - Bolts - 55, Nuts 35

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Old 11-13-2010, 06:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What about Pressure Plate to Flywheel?
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Old 11-13-2010, 06:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Pressure plate to flywheel bolts 38-40 ft-lbs (use loc-tite)
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Old 11-13-2010, 10:16 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks, I'm just about to replace my IP and needed these.
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These are all ft-lbs?? in Holland whe use Nm!!! so i have to convured???
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yea they are all Ft lbs. i would not even begin to know how to convert to Nm...might look on google for that.
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Pressure plate to flywheel bolts 38-40 ft-lbs (use loc-tite)
I used loc-tite on the flyhweel to crankshaft bolts(since the bolts came with some) but on the pressure plate to flywheel bolts everything i read said either use loc-tite or lock washers. I used grade 8 lock washers and grade 8 bolts for mine since i had to purchase most of the hardware for the swap.

Last winter I had to use the Red "never-getting-it-off-without-serious-violence-and-abuse" loc-tite on the bolts for my front driveshaft where it bolts to the t-case. What happened was that the bolts backed out on their own slowly after my trans/tcase swap so i eventually had a wicked vibration in 4x4 around 25 mph. I pulled them out one at a time in the work parking lot and ran a small bead of the red loc-tite down each bolt and re-installed. This winter will tell if it holds or if the bolts back out again.
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And are the headsbolts reusable??

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