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Old October 20th, 2012, 11:17 AM
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Exclamation Flywheel(Drive Plate?) Torque Specs???

I can't find any torque specs for flywheel or what I think the book is calling drive plate. Can anybody elaborate on this. See Picture.

Haynes manual doesn't provide much info. unless I'm just missing it.
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Chapter 2B (Page 2B-2) 75-85 Foot pounds.

Make sure you put thread sealant or black RTV on the threads or it will leak oil. Also, tighten them in a cross pattern, like you do wheel lug nuts.


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Page 3-16 in my Chilton's book also shows the samething. Just for any wanting to know!
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Cool see that now I was looking in the wrong place. Thanks Big Blue and booba. Went to the rubber vacuum system today and also replaced plenum and trottle body gaskets since everything is right there. Now gonna replace motor mounts and plugs, all should be ready after that. Am I forgetting anything?
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How'd that crossover pipe on the back work out? Rear main seal? oil pan? oil pump\screen? If it's on an engine stand, I'd do the valve seals too if you don't know if they are leaking or not. There's always plenty to do, lol.


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yes, valve seals are usually overlooked


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The crossover pipe.....I just bent it back into place with a long screwdriver. I was afraid of kinking it but looks fine. Thanks


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