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valve cover torque?

What is the torque for the valve cover bolts and nuts. I tore the cover off to do some new glow plugs. Now im putting it back togathr and need the torque spec. Anyone know off the top of ur head? Im watching this post waiting with valvecovers on and bolts in place.


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Tighten 'til you get a sharp rise in torque, plus 1/4 turn.

On edit: 8 ft lbs, or 96 in lbs.
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So next question. Anyone know how to do a volt test on the old glow plugs to see if the old ones are any good?


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Made 425/828 (uncorrected)

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Never mind. Plugs were only 60 bucks anyways.


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Lol, I don't know the voltage.

Unplug the harness, remove the plug, plug it back in and lay it down on steel, away from anything plastic or rubber, turn the key over. It should be glowing red in less than 3 seconds.

Redneck way to test 'em. ^^
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