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Old 06-13-2018, 02:24 PM
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Torqe for bolts

I have read the FSM 2 times and did a web search and cannot find the torque for the pulley behind the fan clutch, I have read the fan blade is 48 inch lbs 17 times! The one the power steering pump belt is on. This one pictured.
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I have only ever snugged them up using a 10mm wrench

I am not sure if any torque wrench would be able to even fit in there as a 1/4" ratchet won`t

The trick is to get them even
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Thanks for the response, I have given up looking for a torque value.

Not being much of a mechanic but knowing torque is important if I cannot get a torque wrench in someplace. I set a torque wrench to the setting and then practice on something else with the torque wrench and the wrench I will use to get a feel for the proper torque.
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.... I set a torque wrench to the setting and then practice on something else with the torque wrench and the wrench I will use to get a feel for the proper torque.
Good idea. Try doing that without grasping the wrench with your hand. Instead, just leverage with thumb at bolt end of 10-mm wrench and pinky or other finger at other end of the wrench. That should be gentle enough torque not to damage metal threads.
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