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    Thread: complete vr6 torque specs

    1. 03-26-2006 04:00 PM #1
      these specs are from shop-key, which is software from snap-on that most repair shops use. they get the specs right from volkswagen, so these numbers are correct. the first numer is ft-lb the second number is newton meter. at the bottom the first is in-lb and the second is newton meter.
      ftlb-nm
      a/c bracket to engine bolt 22-30
      axle shaft to trans drive flange bolt 33-45
      cam bearing cap bolt 15-20
      cam sprocket bolt 74-100
      clutch cover bolt 15-20
      connecting rod bolt 22-30 then 1/4 turn
      main bearing cap bolt 22-30 then 1/2 turn
      head bolt
      step1 30-40
      step2 44-60
      step3 1/4 turn
      step4 1/4 turn
      engine bracket(front) 44-60
      engine bracket(to body) 33-45
      engine to trans 10mm 44-64
      engine to trans 12mm 55-80
      exhaust manifold to head 18-25
      flywheel to crank 44-60 then 1/4 turn
      intake manifold 18-25
      intermediate shaft sprocket 74-100
      oil pan bolt 15-20
      oil pressure switch 18-25
      oil pump cover bolt(short) 18-25
      power steering bracket bolt 18-25
      pressure plate bolt 15-20
      starter mount bolt 18-25
      timing belt tensioner nut 15-20
      torque converter to carrier plate 22-30
      water pump pulley 15-20
      water pump to engine 15-20
      inlb-nm
      fuel rail bolt 89-10
      timing belt idle bolt 89-10
      valve cover retaining nut 89-10
      water pump to housing 115-13
      oil pump cover bolt (long) 89-10

      hope this helped some of you out. let me know if it does, if anyone is interested in clearances let me know.


      Modified by nutbox11 at 4:02 PM 3-26-2006


      Modified by nutbox11 at 4:04 PM 3-26-2006


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      03-26-2006 06:59 PM #2
      89 Ft/lbs on a valve cover nut? I don't think so.....

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      03-26-2006 07:09 PM #3
      I think you read it wrong (djsheijkdfj).
      nutbox11 has it listed as 89 in/lbs.

      inlb-nm
      fuel rail bolt 89-10
      timing belt idle bolt 89-10
      valve cover retaining nut 89-10
      water pump to housing 115-13
      oil pump cover bolt (long) 89-10


      Modified by vwnobby at 7:10 PM 3-26-2006


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      03-26-2006 07:12 PM #4
      Doh!

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      03-26-2006 07:36 PM #5
      Thanks. Quite useful!


    6. 03-27-2006 03:04 PM #6
      yeh its inlb, sorry about that.

    7. 03-27-2006 04:43 PM #7
      nice

    8. 04-01-2006 04:54 PM #8
      bump

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      04-05-2006 12:56 PM #9
      sticky/faq. this is priceless for my rebuild... thumbsup!
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    10. 04-05-2006 05:45 PM #10
      glad i could help

    11. 04-09-2006 09:55 AM #11
      bump

    12. 04-10-2006 05:22 PM #12
      thank!!

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    14. 04-16-2006 04:10 PM #14
      bump

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      wow thanks
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    16. 06-27-2007 05:49 PM #16
      bump

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      06-27-2007 09:47 PM #17
      I made it a little easier to read. If anyone wants the excel file I will upload it.


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    19. 07-02-2007 10:14 PM #19
      nice work roadhog

    20. 01-24-2009 11:45 PM #20
      Quote, originally posted by maxslug »
      sticky/faq. this is priceless for my rebuild... thumbsup!

      x2 ..thanks!!!

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      will this be the same on the mk4 12v

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    24. 01-11-2010 09:01 PM #24
      Keeping it in m wacthed topics

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      thanks, this has helped me out a few times

    26. 10-29-2013 06:56 PM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by nutbox11 View Post
      these specs are from shop-key, which is software from snap-on that most repair shops use. they get the specs right from volkswagen, so these numbers are correct. the first numer is ft-lb the second number is newton meter. at the bottom the first is in-lb and the second is newton meter.
      ftlb-nm
      a/c bracket to engine bolt 22-30
      axle shaft to trans drive flange bolt 33-45
      cam bearing cap bolt 15-20
      cam sprocket bolt 74-100
      clutch cover bolt 15-20
      connecting rod bolt 22-30 then 1/4 turn
      main bearing cap bolt 22-30 then 1/2 turn
      head bolt
      step1 30-40
      step2 44-60
      step3 1/4 turn
      step4 1/4 turn
      engine bracket(front) 44-60
      engine bracket(to body) 33-45
      engine to trans 10mm 44-64
      engine to trans 12mm 55-80
      exhaust manifold to head 18-25
      flywheel to crank 44-60 then 1/4 turn
      intake manifold 18-25
      intermediate shaft sprocket 74-100
      oil pan bolt 15-20
      oil pressure switch 18-25
      oil pump cover bolt(short) 18-25
      power steering bracket bolt 18-25
      pressure plate bolt 15-20
      starter mount bolt 18-25
      timing belt tensioner nut 15-20
      torque converter to carrier plate 22-30
      water pump pulley 15-20
      water pump to engine 15-20
      inlb-nm
      fuel rail bolt 89-10
      timing belt idle bolt 89-10
      valve cover retaining nut 89-10
      water pump to housing 115-13
      oil pump cover bolt (long) 89-10

      hope this helped some of you out. let me know if it does, if anyone is interested in clearances let me know.


      Modified by nutbox11 at 4:02 PM 3-26-2006


      Modified by nutbox11 at 4:04 PM 3-26-2006

      Any Idea of torque spec for crankshaft timing belt gear ??

    27. 10-30-2013 05:28 PM #27

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