We usually set them at 15 ft lbs
Universal joints are always under constant pressure and stress from the movement of the drive shaft and vibrations caused by its rotation. It is important therefore to tighten the bolts securely, applying between 70 to 80 foot pounds of force on the torque wrench.
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I was searching for the same thing and came accross a site called "torkspecs.com" they say 33 ft/lbs but I want to make sure myself since it is a Auminum intak.e. I hope this is help to you. No more than 35 ft/lbs. To be very accurate with the torque, use a 3/8 drive torque wrench not a 1/2 drive. The 1/2 inch drive torque wrench is long and designed to torque bolts that are at least 1/2 inch in diameter and require at least 60 lbs of torque. The intake manifold bolts are 3/8th with a flange. If you lose a bolt be sure that you use only flanged bolts. A flange bolt is a bolt with a molded flat washer. In my experience in the trade of rebuilding engines, never use a 1/2 drive torque wrench to tighten bolts under a 1/2 inch in diameter. FYI the term (drive) is the size of the square part of the socket and socket wrench. Available in 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4 and ect.
Check owner's manual. If you don't have one copy and paste link below; www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals
155 ft. lbs. for the upper control arm-to-frame bolts.
Just tighten them down as tight as you can and then drive the car a few miles and retighten the bolts again as they will be loose after the gaskets heat up.
Be careful. My Haynes repair manual stated a torque of 85 ft-lbs for front caliper mounting bolts for my 2005 Chevy Trailblazer. I tried to torque the bolts that much and ended up breaking the bolt off. This was a hassle to fix and you can't drive your vehicle until it's fixed with a new bolt. I had to take a vacation day to wait for the parts store to order a new bolt and have it delivered. O'Reilly Auto parts said the correct torque is 31 ft-lbs of torque. Their computer did list the same 85 ft-lbs of torque initially but said it was incorrect.
I need to know the timing marks for when I put both the cam shafts back on and the head torque specifications for a 1997 KIA Sportage, two wheel drive.
It could posibly be a bad transmission mount or a universal joint on the drive shaft or even maybe loose torque converter bolts