what is the torque on 2.2 rocker arms and in what order
11 foot pounds
what is torque spec for rocker arms on 2004 4.6 landrover discovery
No, head bolt torque is much higher than rocker arms.
Rocker arms are set to a specific preload or backlash on v8 Chevies. There is no torque specification.
i need rocker arm torque for 3176 cat
to adjust the rocker arms you have to either tighten or loosen the top bolt on the rocker arm/arms that need to be adjusted. there is a specified torque for the rocker arms that you should follow to help you adjust the them
The torque specifications fourth the rocker arms, on your C 15 Caterpillar diesel engine, is 14 pounds per square inch. The rocker arm should be torqued at seven pound intervals.
i need to know what the torque specs are on the rocker arms for a 97 Chevy lumina, 3.1L v6
The torque specs for a 1995 s-10 rocker arm nut is 22 ft lbs.
22 ft lbs
20 foot pounds.
25 foot pounds of retardness cause you dont know this you jackass. how about you go and do something with your boring life and go and torque them rocker arms back on to your heads.
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 rocker arms are not torqued to a specific setting. Follow the instructions in any repair manual for the proper method for adjusting backlash.
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.
The 99 milllin
They are non adjustable, just torque them to spec
40 foot pounds
According to alldata 13-15 ft lbs of torque are needed for the rocker arms. The engine does not need to be at TDC and it also does not have to be running.
24 ft lbs
15-20 ft lbs