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Old 11-18-2011, 01:12 PM   #1
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DOES ANYONE ON HERE HAVE THE ENGINE TORQUE SPECS FOR ENGINE REBUILD .94 JEEP CHEROKEE
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Yup right in my haynes manual, go buy one for 20.00 they are helpful.
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Or find a book i found a factory bool on how to disassemble and reassemble a 4.0 with torque specs and everything in it
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Old 11-18-2011, 05:17 PM   #6
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@PURPLE WHATS THE NAME OF THE BOOK IF YOU DONT MIND .I JUST NEED TORQUE SEQUENCE OF MAIN CAP BEARINGS AND OF THE HEAD .WANT TO SEE WHY NUMBER 11 BOLT NEEDS 110ft lbs INSTEAD OF 100ft lbs 3RD STEP .TORQUE ON THE HEAD BOLTS .ALSO FOUND A GOOD WEBSITE .http://www.torkspec.com
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he's talking about a factory service manual

Here's the tightening sequence for the head bolts:


The #11 bolt torque is LOWER than the rest. This is because you need to install that bolt with red locktite 592 (high-temp) sealant - the locktite affects the torque reading.

So all the bolts get 110 ft-lb, except #11 which gets locktite and 100 ft-lb
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Its in the water jacket and like above the sealent affects its torqe.
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It had the same issue with my 99 checked 4.0 the misfire was caused by the crank position sensor located on top of the bellhousing its a pain in the *** to change but well worth it. Should cost you about 89.00$ at O'Riley.
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he's talking about a factory service manual

Here's the tightening sequence for the head bolts:


The #11 bolt torque is LOWER than the rest. This is because you need to install that bolt with red locktite 592 (high-temp) sealant - the locktite affects the torque reading.

So all the bolts get 110 ft-lb, except #11 which gets locktite and 100 ft-lb
I just learned something very very valuable in this. I just tore mine down because what I thought was an exhaust leak on the #1 hole was actually compression spitting out between the head and the block on the #1 cylinder. No locktite? it backed off?
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