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Old 09-18-2012, 09:44 AM   #1
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22re torque specs

I was wondering if anyone had a FSM for a 87 4runner 22re I tried downloading a couple with no success. I needed torque specs for
head
rods
mains
timing cover
rear main seal
cam
timing gear
crank pully bolt
clutch

thanks for any help I only have my next 2 days off to put this back together and drop the motor back in.
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Old 09-18-2012, 09:49 AM   #2
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FSM links are all over the place here. Search.

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Old 09-18-2012, 10:01 AM   #3
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I did find some on here but for some reason my computer wont load them. I also found some on ttora and they kept sending me to a error page
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You need a new computer then.

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do you have the proper program to open a pdf file? that could be why your computer wont load them....
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Head bolts - 65 ft/lbs
Rods - 51 ft/lbs
Mains - 76 ft/lbs
Timing cover - 6mm bolts - 8 ft/lbs, 8mm bolts - 15 ft/lbs, 10mm bolts - 25 ft/lbs
Rear main seal housing - 15 ft/lbs
Cam bearing caps - 15 ft/lbs
Cam pulley bolt - 58 ft/lbs
Crank pully bolt - 116 ft/lbs
Flywheel to crank - 65 ft/lbs
Pressure plate to flywheel - 15 ft/lbs

A Clymer manual from Advance Auto Parts is around $20-25 and will have torque specs as well. Don't forget to torque head bolts in the correct sequence. Both manuals have this sequence.
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:43 AM   #7
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yeah I really dont know much about computers so I could not tell you if I had that program or not I will have to get my brother over here to help LOL. engnbldr just told me that the chilton/hayes are not to trustworthy so I was just trying to see if someone had the FSM or had the specs from that writen down need to get this thing going 2 carseats in a single cab 1st get pickup just is not working
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There's a ˟˟˟˟load of FSM linkks in my sig line.
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Head bolts - 65 ft/lbs
Rods - 51 ft/lbs
Mains - 76 ft/lbs
Timing cover - 6mm bolts - 8 ft/lbs, 8mm bolts - 15 ft/lbs, 10mm bolts - 25 ft/lbs
Rear main seal housing - 15 ft/lbs
Cam bearing caps - 15 ft/lbs
Cam pulley bolt - 58 ft/lbs
Crank pully bolt - 116 ft/lbs
Flywheel to crank - 65 ft/lbs
Pressure plate to flywheel - 15 ft/lbs

A Clymer manual from Advance Auto Parts is around $20-25 and will have torque specs as well. Don't forget to torque head bolts in the correct sequence. Both manuals have this sequence.
what did you get these from? i have a haynes that says 58 ft lbs is the head bolt torque.
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It's been a while since I posted that. It either came out of my FSM or my Clymer manual. If you don't feel comfortable with what I posted, use what you think is right.
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