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Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« on: July 30, 2007, 05:34:26 PM »
Ok now I know there was the question asked a little wile back by "tonyv" about tourque specs. Well after diving into a couple of manuals I've found them and I'm going to post the specs & bolt tightening sequences for both N/A motors (1975-1985) and Turbo motors (1983-1989). All this info came out of Haynes manuals but it's all here.
I hope this helps!
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Cylinder Head bolts              Step 1   55   ft lbs                     
Cylinder Head bolts              Step 2   85   ft lbs

Intake Manifold            (Turbo) Step 1   5 - 7   ft lbs
Intake Manifold            (Turbo) Step 2   14 - 21   ft lbs
                           (N/A motor)       20 Ft Lbs

Exhaust Manifold           (Turbo) Step 1   5 - 7   ft lbs  1983 - 1986     
                           (Turbo) Step 2   16 - 23   ft lbs 1983 - 1986     
                           (Turbo) Step 1   178 - 204 Inch lbs 1987 and up
                           (Turbo) Step 2   20 - 30 ft lbs 1987 and up             
                           (N/A motor)      22 ft lbs 1975 - 1983

Oil  Pump                   20 ft lbs  1975 - 1983 2.3 N/A
                            14 - 21 ft lbs Turbo Motors

Flywheel to Crank bolts      56 - 64 ft lbs 2.3 turbo
                             60 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motors

Main Bearing Cap Bolts       Step 1 50 - 60 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo 1983-1986
                             Step 2 80 -90 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo  1983-1986
                             Step 1 60 ft lbs 2.3 N/A 1975 -1983
                             Step 2 85 ft lbs 2.3 N/A 1975-1983
                             
                             Step 1 50-60 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo 1987 and up
                             Step 2 75-85 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo  1987 and up

Connecting Rod cap Nuts      Step 1 25-30 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                             Step 2 30-36 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo

                             Step 1 28 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor
                             Step 2 36 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Camshaft Sprocket bolt       50-70 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                              60 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Camshaft Retaining Plate bolt  6-9 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                                8 ft lbs  2.3 N/A motor

Crankshaft Pulley/Sprocket bolt   20-40 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
Crankshaft Damper bolt             100 ft lbs  2.3 N/A motor

Auxiliary Shaft Sprocket bolt    28-40 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                                 35 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Auxiliary Shaft Thrust/ Retaining Plate bolt   6-9 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                                                8 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Timing Belt Tensioner adjustment bolt    14-21 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo
                                           20 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Timing Belt Tensioner piviot bolt       28-40 ft lbs 2.3 Turbo Motor
                                         35 ft lbs 2.3 N/A motor

Well I cant get the bolt tightening sequence worksheet I made up to copy over to here. So if there is any questions email me at 980@hotmail.com" class="bbc_email">turbowagonman1 980@hotmail.com an I will reply with an return email to you with the worksheet attached as an attachment.
I'll try something else here and if it works i'll be able to post them.

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Re: Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2007, 05:47:10 PM »
OK lets give this a try.
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Re: Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2007, 10:14:29 PM »
WOW!!
 Thanks a bunch turbowagonman!!! You are a valued member on this group!!!
Thank you for spendiong the time to post this info.
 Keep up the great work.
 I'm sure this will come in handy for most here on FordPinto.com
 From Pintony

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Re: Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2007, 07:28:09 AM »
I wanted to know if the torque spec. and sequence is any different for a 1971 2.0 engine.  I've blown a head gasket and need to replace it.  Thanks

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Re: Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2007, 08:14:10 AM »
The 2.0 is a little different.

cylinder head bolts: step-1 14-29 ft-lbs, step-2 36-50 ft-lbs, step-3 65-80 ft-lbs, pattern same as 2.3
exhaust manifold to cylinder head nuts: 12-15 ft-lbs (71-72), 15-18 (73-74), 2.3 pattern is close enough
intake manifold to cylinder head bolts & nuts: 12-15 ft-lbs, start in center and alternately work out to the ends

My 71 Ford Pinto manual has a typo for the final head bolt torque of 39-43 ft-lbs with no steps.  I have used the above torques on my 71 with good results.

Note that the 2.0 requires special 12 point tools (similar to torx) for the head bolts, cam belt tensioner, and oil pump.  Search for one of Cookieboy's posts hear on sources for these tools.
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Re: Tourque specs & Bolt sequences
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2007, 10:55:11 PM »
The 2.0 headbolt tool is still available from Snap-On, the pn was listed on another post here that I can't find at the moment....I'll keep looking.
In a quandry......


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