you torque the head bolts to 18ft-lbs start in the middle and work toward the outer bolts then reset the torque wrench to 26 ft-lbs and follow the same but as they hit 26 go 1 quarter turn on each bolt This torque sequence for 1986 and 1987 2.5's from the Haynes manual is:
Step 1, 18 ft lbs.
Step 2, All but bolt 9 22 ft lbs, bolt 9 29 ft lbs.
Step 3, all but bolt 9 turn an additional 120 degrees, bolt 9 turn an additional 90 degrees.
Bolt 9, when the engine is in the car is the front most bolt on the passenger side.
There is no torque sequence just torque rocker arm studs to the proper torque
Rocker assembly 135ftlbs rocker box or housing is 35ftlbs
The rocker torque sequence is 10 6 3 9 15 11 4 1 7 13 16 12 5 2 8 14 THE TORQUE IS 16FT/LB BUT ONLY 9FT/LB FOR THE LITTLE ONES AT THE DISTRIBUTOR
With the valve fully closed and the lifter fully at the down position, tighten the adjusting nut until there is no up and down travel in the push rod. Then tighten the adjusting nut 1/4 turn. This is only if you have hydraulic lifters. Tighten the rocker studs to 50 ft/lb of torque. These are the bolts holding the rocker assembly in place.
I would recommend that you consult a repair manual for torque values as well as tightening sequence
what is the torque on 2.2 rocker arms and in what order
first off what are you tourgueing when you figure that out repost your question
what is torque spec for rocker arms on 2004 4.6 landrover discovery
The rocker box bolt torque specifications, on your Harley-Davidson, is 15 pounds per square inch. The bolts should be torqued in five pound intervals.
The Ford Ranger 4.0L OHV has a rocker arm assembly on pedestals, held down by 3 bolts. I torqued mine to 45-48 ft lbs. The original assembly was hard to unbolt.
20 foot pounds
i need rocker arm torque for 3176 cat
rocker arm torque specs
Look in either the factory service manual, a Chilton manual or a Haynes manual. They have the information that you seek.
No, head bolt torque is much higher than rocker arms.
According to most Oldmobile torque specs, the correct torque for rocker arm bolts is 25 ft-lbs.
Torque sequence of what. Heads, wheels, etc.
torque sequence on what part? more info needed
Rocker arms are set to a specific preload or backlash on v8 Chevies. There is no torque specification.
The correct torque for the rocker arm bolt is 14 N·m (124 lb in) plus 30 degrees.
The torque specs for a 1995 s-10 rocker arm nut is 22 ft lbs.
i'm looking for the torque specs on the rocker arms on a 1999 ford ranger 3.0 v6 the torque is 18-26 lbs
The 1997 Pontiac Transport 3400 rocker arm torque specifications are 18 pounds. The rocker arm should be torqued in six pound intervals.
The rocker arm specs for a 3.1 sfi is 18 foot pounds of torque for the rocker arm nut. The nut should be set with a torque wrench as this setting needs to be accurate.