Too little preload will mean the fastener will loosen with use. I don't know how much torque is needed to crank my motor, but I guess that 120-145Nm is enough. Haven't had a problem with this method yet. Generally I just put some locktite on the bolt and zip it on with an impact. Sometimes it is hard to hold the pliers on bolts torqued over 175 ftlbs, so i let the pliers turn with the crank and let them hit the frame or steering to help hold the pliers, this way I can get more muscle on the bolt with my break over bar. Retighten them by turning through 45 Repeat step d once again. I have a 2003 hyundai elantra manual 5 speed and in a feww weeks iam about to do my timing belt and water pump.
Spoke tension is measured by deflection. The socket head holds two steel beams, a primary beam and an indicator or pointer beam. The intake manifold nuts and bolts receive 30 ft-lbs of torque to attach to the cylinder head. In cases where there's just no practical way to reach the fastener with a torque wrench, the exact torque will not be used; instead the experienced mechanic will estimate how much torque to apply. The bolt connecting the engine mount to the engine block bolts on at 39 ft.
So the only threads that could stripped are on the installer threads. Note that some companies do not specify torque for certain components or parts. There are a few different ways I can think of to do this: If the vehicle has a manual shift transmission, put the transmission into the highest gear, then set the parking brake. It is also important to consider thread preparation, which is discussed in detail at the end of this article. The mechanic must be aware of the purpose of torque, and what torque and fastener preload doing to the component joint. Threaded fasteners nuts and bolts are used to hold many components to the bike.
That may be the case here, too. Another method to remove the bolt, that works on any engine that turns clockwise looking at it from the front not some Honda's is to use a long breaker bar, put it on the bolt and rotate the crank clockwise to the left side of the engine and let the beaker bar hit the frame or steering, hold it there while some one taps the starter, this will break it loose. Also I figure I don't have to go through that goofy torque-loosen-torque business. Inspect the pointer when the wrench is at rest. Both the crankshaft position sensor and the camshaft position sensor require eight ft-lbs of torque to attach to the engine block. Contact rim manufacturer for specific tension recommendations. Another option sometimes used is the Kilogram-centimeter abbreviated kgf-cm , which is a kilogram of force acting on a lever one centimeter long.
I will post some stuff on the torque specs and procedure here in just a couple of minutes! You screw the insert for your crank into the end of the threaded rod of the installation tool. I found on how to dissasemble but nothing on reassembly of the crankshaft bolt since being torqued at 100 plus torque. If you experience any misfire engine codes it may be a sign that the dampener is not tightened quite enough. The handle is moved until the desired reading is attained. Most times the bolt is just long enough to grab a couple of threads.
Various sealants can be used depending on personal preference. Main cap bolt, 396-454 4-bolt 110 ft. It's always safer to sneak up on the correct value rather than shoot for the moon on the first go and risk the crank snout threads. If it's a front wheel drive, have someone stand on the brake pedal, or wedge something onto the brake pedal to hold the front rotors still. Exhaust manifold bolts 25 ft.
Each fastener is designed for a certain range of tension. Not every fastener can be accessed to get a torque wrench directly on it, though. Tighten the nut until the balancer hits the timing gear. The large bolts joining the front plate and the engine block require 35 ft-lbs of torque and the small bolts joining them require 20 ft-lbs. If I recall correctly, the max on them are 65 ft.
Often there is an access hole or plate that can be removed for access. . If you use aftermarket fasteners, follow the lubrication and torque specifications provided by the manufacturer. Specs are for clean fasteners lubricated with motor oil. An old trick for this is to remove a spark plug, then feed a length of string into the cylinder through the spark plug hole, leaving enough string hanging out to pull it all out when done. It is a part of Expedition's third generation of models and is equipped with the Ford 5.
I am currently rebuilding my engine, I just got my crankshaft installed and was what the making sure torque specs are correct. When you're done, remove the string by pulling it back out the hole, and re-install the spark plug. Hi, this is My first post. Common industry practice is resistance at lever half way through swing from open to fully closed. A cross-threaded bolt will not properly tighten even with a torque wrench. Loose bolts and nuts are also generally the source of various creaking on the bike.