The oil drain plug torque is 65ft lbs
28 foot pounds
There is no drain plug, you have to remove the bottom hose.
20 ft lbs. this is a correct answer from the manual and the gap spacing of the spark plug is .044 :) Cindy
spark plug gap on 1990 ford ranger 4.0?
It depends on what type of spark plug you have. Go to www.ngksparkplugs.com/techinfo/spark_plugs/installation.asp to see a guideline of torque specs for plugs. Those are from NGK, but will cover any other spark plug as well.
Listed in owner's manual and under the hood on a placard.
Can't find any specs. For drain plug, just make sure its tight.
The cooling system on these vehicles is drained by detaching the lower radiator hose from the radiator. The radiator doesn't have a drain plug.
19ft lbs for most men, this can also be achieved using the two finger rule two fingers on a 6-8 inch socket wrench ... turn till plug is snug http://www.amsoil.com/mygarage/vehiclelookup.aspx?url2=2006+CHEVROLET%20TRUCKS+TRAILBLAZER+H
does a 1991 thunderbird torque converter have a drain plug
A 2000 Jeep does not have a torque converter drain plug.
For 2.2L Ecotec tighten the oil pan drain plug to 25 N·m (18 lb ft). The oil filter cap is also tightened to the same spec.
Remove the plug wire from one plug. Do this carefully by twisting the boot on the plug and then pulling it off. Only pull the boot and not the wire. Before removing the plug use compressed air to blow out the area around the plug. Remove the plug and and replace with the exact same OEM plug which has been gapped to the factory specs. This is listed in the owners manual and under the hood on a placard. Before inserting the plug, coat the threads with anti-seize compound. Tighten the plug to the proper torque. Over or under tightening is a no no. Call the dealer for the torque specs. Replace the plug wire until you feel it pop or know that it is connected fully. Move to the next plug and repeat. Only do one at a time in order to prevent getting the wires mixed up.
For a 2001 Toyota Sequoia, the factory and spark plug manufacturer recommended gap is .032" (.813mm). The spark plug manufacturer's recommended torque for flat-seated plugs / aluminum heads is 20-30 n-M (15-22 ft lbs), but double check your owner's manual (if available) to be sure.
The 1995 Geo Metro spark plug torque specification is 20 pounds. You should torque the spark plug intent pound intervals.
Spin them in by hand (remember the "Anti-Sieze" on each plug threads), then give them another 1/4 to 1/2 turn.I don't have the shop specs in front of me, but I thinkit is 14ft/lbs.
spark plug torque for a Toyota 2.4 is 95 inch/lbs
The torque converter doesn't have a drain plug on these vans.
Some torque converters have a drain plug on them. Remove the rubber plug from the bottom of the bell housing. Crank engine a little at a time until the torque converter drain plug can be seen from the bottom. Unscrew the drain plug and drain the fluid. Put the plug back in.
drain the oil from the vehicle, unbolt the oil pan, scrape old gasket from pan and crankcase. check the torque specifications for the oil pan bolts (shouldnt be very high). replace the gasket and oil pan to factory torque specs. put drain plug back in and fill with factory specs of oil.
Some torque converters have a drain plug, others do not. With no drain plug the torque converter can be stood on its end once removed to drain it.