What is the torque for the exhaust manifold bolts for an 83 Jeep CJ7 w a 258?


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2005-11-09 00:37:36
2005-11-09 00:37:36

It's not important, just tighten it.


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Its a bit of a job because it is held on by the same bolts as the intake manifold, and the easiest way is to remove them both, otherwise the rusted exhaust bolts holding the tubing to the manifold is the worst.

It depends on where you purchase them from.

There are no tricks. It is part of the exhaust manifold.There are no tricks. It is part of the exhaust manifold.

The intake manifold, on your Jeep grand Cherokee, is located on the front side of the engine. The exhaust manifold is bolted to the engine.

Drivers side of the engine in the exhaust pipe below the exhaust manifold.

un bolt old one from exhaust pipe then unbolt it from the engine. Take it off and whne putting a new one on it is a good idea to change gasket and manifold bolts. EDIT: I have a '94 Jeep Cherokee with the same Inline 6 4.0L engine as is in yours. With mine, I had to remove the intake manifold, you will probably have to do the same.

In a 1998 Jeep Wrangler, the oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust pipe. It can be found just below the junction of the exhaust manifold and the exhaust pipe.

it is located on the drivers side of the engine under the air intake manifold

under the intake manifold-its most likely a header assembly on 4.0 engines. Steve

my exhuast is broke jb weld will hold to 600 degrees so will the exhaust get to hot

on a 4.0 it should be under the exhaust manifold

It should be the same.. the standard jeep(left hand drive) the intake and exhaust are on the left side of the engine as well, so there is no need for a different manifold. so 99 % sure its the same manifold

the torque you want to put on the water pump bolts are about 60 foot pounds of torque.

Upstream is just after the exhaust manifold, and downstream is after the catalytic converter

it is on the driver side just beneath the exhaust manifold. you will need to remove the exhaust or the cv joint to drop the starter

Yes it will work. You will have to use a 4.0L exhaust manifold though.

it will make a puff puff sound while idling.

I can only assume that it is an older jeep. IT should be located under the intake and exhaust manifold. Straight down from the throttle body.

lie on your back under the car feet facing the front, look where the exhaust joins the manifold, you should just be able to see it. to remove disconnect the exhaust where it joins the manifold (2 bolts) can be stiff, it a turbo model from under the bonnet undo the nuts that hold the turbo heat shield, remove the 2 bolts securing the starter and remove, on a scale of difficulty 1-10 prob a 4

Should be 2, 1 upstream, 1 downstream. Upstream would be at the Exhaust down tube from the Exhaust Manifold, the Downstream would be near the Catalytic Converter under the jeep.

Work from center out alternating, snug up, torque to 55in pounds or 4.55 ftlbs.

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