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Torque Sequence for 318 5.2

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Old 05-05-2013, 12:03 AM
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Cool Torque Sequence for 318 5.2


Does anyone know where I can find this? I have looked allover the internet and cannot come up with it. A diagram would be awesome.Thanks!!!
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:53 AM
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Need much more info in order to help with that question.

Torque sequence for what, heads? valve covers? oil pan? In addition there are two versions of the 318, original and Magnum which share practically nothing so we'd also have to know what year and what model.
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Wow. I took a dumb question and made it really dumb didn't I? My questionwas directed at the heads of my 1997 318. 5.2 motor out of my 1997 Dodge RamB2500 Van. I had #2 spark plug frozen in the head, ended up having to pull thehead, actually pulled them both as she has 115,000 miles on her, and took themto get looked at only to find they were both cracked between the valves. Thishas lead to some pretty bad stories about 318 heads. But, $480.00 later I gotme some reconditioned heads and ready to bolt the old gal back together. Thanksfor the assist and I apologize for being a little shy the information foranyone to help.
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Cylinder head bolts 105 ft. lbs. (in 3 incrementing steps)
Intake manifold bolts 144 in. lbs. (in 2 incrementing steps)

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No problem, hope this helps!

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Talking Torque Sequence for 318 5.2

Thank you guys for the assist. I stopped by the auto parts store today and picked up a Chiltons Manual on the critter. She is a conversion van and I love the old gal. I'm gonna drive it untill the wheels fall off her. Shoot, I'll fix that too.
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