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Old 08-17-2012, 10:37 PM
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Free online manual or online torque specs?

I finished my coolant flush this morning and started tear down for a new Ford oil cooler and BPD egr cooler. Doing all the upgrades while I'm in there. I got as far as pulling the intake manifold and turbo mount and then called it a night. Still have to get the old oil cooler out & get to the STC fitting. I didn't order the dummy plugs and stand pipes, but now I think I'm a dummy for not doing them when I'm this deep into it. I'll see if my dealer has them in stock tomorrow.

Tomorrow afternoon I'll start reassembly. I don't have a service manual and don't want to pay one of those online sources to look at one. I found a thread here where one member had the International service manual for the 6.0 and was offering to email the pdf to anyone. I pm'd him a couple days ago, but no response yet.

Anyone else able to set me up with that pdf or know of a free online source? I'm mostly interested in bolt tightening sequence for the intake manifold as well as torque specs for everything.

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Here is a place to start.:

Powerstroke 6.0L Technical Intro Manual

But, something is eating at me about a change in torque specs for 05 and newer. I just can't place what changed. Not sure if it is the intake or not. The link I have for you here is for the early build 6.0l.

I will keep digging though.
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swilson I just sent you the tech files. All you have to do for the intake manifold is install the 16 bolts hand tight on all of them first then you torque one runner down by itself then the otherside and they all get torqued to 11 ft/lbs. Torque sequence is on page 89 of the first section.
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Got the email. Thanks Bryan & Sean!
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I torque in 2 stages. 50 inch/lbs then 100 inch/lbs. I wouldn't take them to 11 ft/lbs. They stretch and break easily. You can probably figure out why I know this. Just double checked and the spec is 96 inch/lbs (8 ft/lbs)

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inch lbs to ft lbs converter for future reference

Inch-Pounds to Foot-Pounds Conversion Calculator

Make sure that you have USA made bolts.The japs and chi coms do not heed OSHA or SAE requirments,these are stricter in manufacturing processes.
There is a Manufacturer id on the bolt head or ask the place where you got them from who is the manufacturer

Here is a bolt torque guide in every grade

http://www.portlandbolt.com/technica...que-chart.html

here is 1 for metric and sae
http://www.machinetoolhelp.com/Repai...que-chart.html

and if your torquing is not critical, snug the fastener and give it another 30 degree turn,it will be close. This is info is from a Civil Engineer. Ido this all the time as not to overtighten

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Old 08-19-2012, 10:31 AM
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I torque in 2 stages. 50 inch/lbs then 100 inch/lbs. I wouldn't take them to 11 ft/lbs. They stretch and break easily. You can probably figure out why I know this. Just double checked and the spec is 96 inch/lbs (8 ft/lbs)
As per the tech service manual it's 11ft/lbs.
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Old 08-19-2012, 12:14 PM
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Injector holddown torque changed. I don't remember from what to what, but it did change.
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