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Old 03-12-2019, 11:31 PM
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Default Engine mount stud torque specs help

Iím really struggling to find torque specs because Iím not 100% sure what things are called.
im looking for the torque specs on the nuts that go on the motor mount studs. The studs go through the engine cradle ( I believe thatís what itís called).
I found a torque spec of 118 lb ft for ď front cradle mounting fasteners ď, but Iím not sure if thatís the right thing or not.

im also looking for the torque specs of the support bars that mount to the frame and cradle, they mount at an angle on each side of the car. I found a torque spec of 74 lb ft for ď underbody side rail cross brace fasteners ď, but Iím also not sure if thatís the right thing.

I found most of the other torque specs I was looking for with a thorough search. Thanks in advance.
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I also found this. But there are only two bolts and this lists 3 torque specs...

Front Cradle Stabilizer Bar Bracket to Frame Rail: 110 N-M or 81 ft-lb

Front Cradle Mounting Fasteners: 160 N-M or 118 ft-lb

Underbody Side Rail Cross Brace- Front: 100 N-M or 74 ft-lb*
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im not under my car right now but I swear that looks nothing like the underside of my car lol

BUT the torque spec seems right and itís showing nuts going through what I believe is the engine cradle.
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im not under my car right now but I swear that looks nothing like the underside of my car lol

BUT the torque spec seems right and itís showing nuts going through what I believe is the engine cradle.
Pretty sure that is what you are looking for, I have had to lift my engine slightly for a crank seal replacement and these are the nuts I had to loosen to slightly raise the engine.
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Yeah see that shows 3 bolts mine only has 2. But itís showing the right part Iím talking about
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Pretty sure that is what you are looking for, I have had to lift my engine slightly for a crank seal replacement and these are the nuts I had to loosen to slightly raise the engine.
yeah thatís what Iím looking for, I had to Jack the motor up to get the cat pipes out
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Ok hopefully this is the last one I need, I can’t find a torque spec on the oxygen sensors...

Beretta how are you finding these specs? Do you have a program?
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I am in the Auto Repair business and I have an All Data subscription.

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I can’t thank you enough, much appreciated!
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