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When replacing the exhaust manifold on a 1988 GMC Jimmy fullsize 350 5.7L does it have to be torqued to certain specs?

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2004-11-14 10:40:29
2004-11-14 10:40:29

Torque them to 35 pounds. then after it has run and cooled off torque them again. You can rent torque wrenches from some parts stores

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