For what? Without knowing, I will give you the head bolt specs. First, always use new bolts. Begin in the middle. Then go to the ends. Never tighten two bolts on the same side in sequence.. First torque them to 22ftlbs, the go around and do them again give them 1/4 turn. 90 degrees. Then do that AGAIN, go around the sequence a third time and give them another 1/4 turn. Toyota provides no specifications for the final ftlbs of torque.
Torque specs for 2006 F-150 (2 wheel drive) spindle nut is 295 ft lbs. This is according to Ford's specs.
The torque specs for a 1985 Suzuki Quadrunner can be found in its service manual. The service manual can be obtained from Suzuki upon request.
If you mean engine performance, then it has 240 hp and 280 lbs of torque
Pressure plate to flywheel torque is (ft lbs) 14 to 20.
Have to know what year and make. Although there are torque specs for almost every fastener on a vehicle, almost nobody uses them, that is, outside of building engines, and transmissions, rearend/transaxles-critical applications, etc.
torque specs on head gaskets 1988 toyota corolla 4A-F
the torque for the cam shaft are 9lbs/foot
The cylinder head bolt torque specs for a 1972-1979 Toyota 2TC 1600 engine is 64-68 ft lbs.
98 toyota tacoma head bolt specs
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waths the wey to torque the cylinder head
What is the wheel torque on a 2007 toyota tacome truck 4 wheel drive
petrol/deisel 2.4 or 3.0??