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what is torque for heat exngr studs?

I'm half way through what I'm doing and need to finish up today so any info quickly is greatly appreciated!!!

What is the correct torque for heat exchanger studs/nuts on my 73 2.4 T? I know there may not be a published spec because of all the funny tools needed to get those nuts off but what is a good guess? How about when instaling the exhaust studs into the head?

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Old 07-16-2005, 10:29 AM
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Rebuild book shows 18.4 ft-lbs for exhaust nuts. Don't know about installing the studs, about the same I would guess.
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