Torquing the '87 Cabrio cylinder head is a three-step operation. Using the correct 12-point socket and - most importantly, following the correct tightening sequence - torque the head bolts to 30 ft/lbs. Next, go back over the bolts in the same sequence and snug them to 44 ft/lbs. A final torque sequence requires all head bolts to be tightened an additional 1/2 turn. Also suggest you invest in both the Robert Bentley and Haynes service manuals for your vehicle. All specifications, torque values and, where necessary, the correct sequence of tightening, are provided.
Mazdatruckin.com has torque specs and additional information for the Mazda B1800.
That's easy you can find those in the [http://www.themotorbookstore.com/chevpic.html Repair Manaul You Have].
The rod bearing torque spec from mercruiser is 45 lb there is no spec that i can find for the main bearing caps.
most shop manuals have these specs in them. also, most head gasket manufacturers put the torque specs on the package. make sure you torque the bolts in the correct sequence also.
120 to 140 nm
It is in a shlp manual from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM
These specs will be posted in the users manual. Take a look through it to find the specs or ask a professional.
i need rocker arm torque for 3176 cat
You may find at least the peak torque and some other info at the Wikipedia weblink below. It is not the torque curve but it is a start.
You can find torque specifications for your Polaris 650 in most Polaris service manuals. Many auto-parts stores can give you a torque specification sheet.
Every Volkswagen owner needs John Muir's "How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive." In it you will find the head torque on upright engines is 25 lb-ft--torque to 7 lb-ft and rest for 20 minutes, torque to 12 lb-ft and rest for 20 minutes, torque to 25 lb-ft and rest for 30 minutes, then recheck the torque one last time. And remember, always torque head nuts in a criss-cross pattern. I would suggest buying a Haynes manual for your bug. it should have the specs for it. (you can find them at Autozone) The official service manual is by Robert Bentley and is far superior to Haynes.
You can find them here->http://www.boxwrench.net/specs/chevy_sb.htm
Mazdatruckin.com has a tech page with all of the factory torque specs listed. See the links below.
Mazdatruckin.com has a list of torque specifications on their website in the tech section. If you're looking for something in particular they are happy to find the info you need if you post in their forum. The link below has torque specs for the B2600i.
Pretty much everything you would find online about the vehicle. You can find out horsepower, MPG, and torque.
Any CAT dealer can look it up,I work for a Cat dealer,the torque is 75 ft lbs
The turn signal flasher on the 1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet 1.8 liter FI SOHC 4-cylinder is mounted in the fuse panel. Look under the dashboard on the driver's side.
You can find that in the haynes manual at auto zone.Its kinda hard to find but have patience you will find it.
You can find wiring diagrams for the 1991 Chevrolet K1500 1/2 ton pickup with 4-wheel drive and 5.7-liter 8-cylinder on the AutoZone website. You can also find fluid capacities, torque specs, and repair information and instructions.
"How to Rebuild the Big Block Chevy V8 Engine" Book has that info
You can call the service department of any Peterbilt dealership and they'll tell you.
Purchase a Haynes or Chilton's repair manual at any auto parts store. Here you will find all the valve and torque specs.
Torque specifications are different from motor to motor. These specifications state how tightly the head bots are to be installed. Correct torque insure that the head gasket is sealed properly and correct torque sequence insures that the head itself is not warped in the installation process. Refer to a engine repair manual (Chilton's, Hayne's, etc.) for your vehicle/motor for the correct specs and torqueing sequence. You can usuall find these manuals at your local auto parts store. Hope this helps.
The interior light on an 87 cabriolet is located above the mirror just above the windshield.
go to a chevy dealer and im sure they will tell you, for no cost ! maybe they can tell you at auto-zone etc.