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Old 11-05-2005, 02:44 PM   #1
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OK, I know Mr. Boost will give me hell for asking about this, but I want to know

In the service manual, what is the torque spec for the two EGR bolts that bolt the EGR to the engine? This is for a Series 2.

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EGR Valve retaining nuts (2). They should be torqued to 21 lb ft
This is the attachment point where the EGR valve makes up to the EGR valve adapter (flange), correct?
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Torque specs are in Techinfo Specifications guys. Just about everything.
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Thanks guys, all set.
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CFoote what kind and brand of torque wrench are you using?
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Chris, Nothing wrong about doing the job right!
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CFoote what kind and brand of torque wrench are you using?
I am using a ~10 year old Craftsman Digitorque wrench. It was about $90 ~10 years ago. I did have it recalibrated about 5 years ago.
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Chris, Nothing wrong about doing the job right!
True true, I thought you were gonna give me hell for not having my service manuals kicking around They are still up in MA!
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