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What is the torque spec for the intake bolts in a 1998 GMC Sierra 1500 350 Vortec 4WD?

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specs: 1st pass 29 INCH POUNDS 2nd pass 106 INCH Pounds 3rd pass 11 FOOT POUNDS

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