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Old 03-30-2015, 07:29 PM   #1
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DIY: 86 Tightening Torque Values

Having as many torque vaules in one place as possible will hopefully save time for some of you do-it-your-selfers.

Please add or correct errors in the list I have compiled by posting the following and I will update the list :

proper name for part/best description of part
torque value (please convert to ft/lbs whenever possible)
location of the part
post image of and/or link to schematic, diagram, drawing, illustration, figure, etc...

86 Tightening Torque Values (**In ft/lbs unless otherwise noted**)
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Air Intake Boot Clamp (Except for Air Cleaner Case) | 1.5
Air Cleaner Case | 4.4
Air Intake Boot Clamp (Air Cleaner Case) | 2.2
Automatic Transmission Drain Plug | 7.4
Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) Overflow Plug | 27.3
ATF Refill Plug | 27.3

Belt Covers (#1 & #2 ) | 4.7

Cam Plate | 12
Clutch Push Rod Lock Nut | 5.9
Crank Pulley | 94

Differential Gear Oil Drain & Filler Plugs | 36.1
Differential Carrier Assembly
- Rear Upper Mounts | 46
- Rear Lower Mounts | 70
Engine Grounded Cable | 5.5 ft/lbs / 66 in/lbs

Engine Mounting Bracket Nut (FR) | 33.2
Engine Mounting Bracket Bolt (FR) | 26
Engine Under Cover (#1) | 22.1
Engine Under Cover (#2) | 5.5 ft/lbs / 66 in/lbs
Exhaust - bolts securing bracket of exhaust pipe assembly (FR) | 36.9
Exhaust Manifold Sub-Assembly | 22.1
Exhaust Pipe Assembly (FR) | 31.3
Exhaust Pipe Assembly (CTR) | 13.3
Exhaust Pipe Sub-Assembly (FR) | 25.8

Fuel Injector (CM) | 4.7
Fuel Pump | 62.7
Fuel Tank Protector No. 3 | 80 inch/pounds

Ignition Coil | 6.3
Intake Manifold Protector (LH & RH) | 6.3

Oil Filter (80mm Wrench) | 10.3
Oil Filter Union | 33.2
Oil Pan Drain Plug | 28.9

Sound Creator | 4.4
Sound Creator clamp | 1.5
Spark Plug | 12.5
Steering Shaft Joint | 25.8

Transmission Drain & Filler Plugs | 27.3

Vacuum Booster Operating Rod Lock nut | 16.2

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Chassis/Suspension/Wheels/Brakes
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Body Mounting Cusion Sub-assembly (Rear LH & RH) | 44
Brake Bleeder Valve (R) | 5.9
Brake Line | 24

Cross Member Sub-assembly (FR) | 70

End Link (at Lower Control Arm) | 28

Gearbox | 44.3

Knuckle Ball Joint Castle Nut | 19.9

Lower Arm Suspension Assembly | 38
Lower Arm Support Plate Bolt | 81
Lower Arm Support Plate Nut | 81
Lower No. 2 Arm Bush (Front LH & RH) | 63
Lower Suspension Arm Bolt (FR) | 81

Parking Brake Cable Assembly No. 2 Clamp Bolt | 13
Parking Brake Cable Support Bracket | 13

Rear Body Mounting Cushion Sub-Assembly Bolts | 44

Stabilizer Bar Bushing No. 1 Front
Stabilizer (End) Link Assembly (FR LH & RH) | 34
Stabilizer Bracket (R) | 22
Stabilizer (End) Link (FR) | 34
Stabilizer (End) Link (R) | 28
Steering Knuckle | 114
Strut Top Nut (R) | 41
Strut Tower (FR) | 17
Strut Tower (R) | 22
Strut Tower Bars | 12
Suspension Arm Bolt (Rear) | 81
Suspension Arm Bushing Bolt No. 1 (R) | 81
Suspension Member Sub-assembly:
**Front Support | 52 (14mm) , 107 (19mm)
**Rear Support | 107 (19mm)
Stabilizer Bracket Bolts (FR) | 55
Stabilizer Bracket Nuts (FR) | 18
Sway Bar Bracket (R) | 44


Tie-Rod End Lock Nut | 62.7
Tie-Rod End Sub-assembly LH & RH | 20
Toe Adjust Cam | 74
Toe Control Link Sub-assembly (LH & RH) | 44

Upper Control Arm Assembly (Rear LH & RH) | 66

Wheel Lug Nuts | 89

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I'm looking for the subframe bolt torque value...can anyone help me out with that?

thanks in advance.

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Also, I've come across some information that is conflicting... Is the torque value for the strut tower bar nuts (front) 17 ft/lbs or 11.8 ft/lbs?

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Also, I've come across some information that is conflicting... Is the torque value for the strut tower bar nuts (front) 17 ft/lbs or 11.8 ft/lbs?

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im pretty sure it's 17 lb.-ft.
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im pretty sure it's 17 lb.-ft.
GrimmSpeed recommends 12 ft/lbs, but I torqued mine to about 20. No problem with the bolts, but I wouldn't go any higher than that. Otherwise, SNAP!!!

17 is probably good and tight and also nice and safe.
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Anyone recognize these bolt identification markings. Trying to determine proper tightening torque. Thanks in advance.

M8x1.25




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Also, I've come across some information that is conflicting... Is the torque value for the strut tower bar nuts (front) 17 ft/lbs or 11.8 ft/lbs?

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Correct value is 12 ft/lbs according to the repair manual.
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Anyone recognize these bolt identification markings. Trying to determine proper tightening torque. Thanks in advance.
Those are the bolt grade markings.
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I'm looking for the subframe bolt torque value...can anyone help me out with that?
There are several sub-frame bolts. Which ones are you referring to?
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Those are the bolt grade markings.
I understand that but most references I've come across have the classes as 4.6, 5.8, 8.8, 9.8, etc... I have not come across the ones I posted above.

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There are several sub-frame bolts. Which ones are you referring to?
I'll take pictures of the locations later and post them.

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OK. In case you haven't seen it, the full repair manual is here:

http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12135

If you download the portfolio version it is easier to navigate. It has all of the torque values with pictures.
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