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Old 09-17-2009, 10:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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like the title says im in need of the torque specs for the pressure plate and flywheel, and if anyone has it the bolts that hold tranny to block, because the shop that just put this motor in didnt torque anything one bolt's super tight then next is finger loose and so on and so forth..any help would be kickass
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like the title says im in need of the torque specs for the pressure plate and flywheel, and if anyone has it the bolts that hold tranny to block, because the shop that just put this motor in didnt torque anything one bolt's super tight then next is finger loose and so on and so forth..any help would be kickass[/b]
I can check my factory service manual tonight if you still need this information.
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I can check my factory service manual tonight if you still need this information.[/b]
ya i fell and hurt my back so car is just now goin back together if youhave those specs that would rock
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Bellhousing to block: 28-36ftlbs
Pressure plate to Flywheel: 19-24ftlbs (gradually, evenly in crisscross pattern)
Flywheel to crank depends on transmission model:
G35M-R tranny: 80-85ftlbs
A65M-R tranny: 54-64ftlbs

The easiest way to tell them apart is the location of the VSS (vehicle speed sensor). The G36M-R VSS is on the driver's side of the differential, the A65M-R VSS is on the passenger's side.

FWIW: My 2003 V6 5-speed has the A65M-R.
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