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ok guys,
i searched like ten different headings, no results on most. what was there was not what I am looking for.

Need real time help,
what are the torque specifications for the 22re timing chain guides and tensioner. did not find it in the fsm during the installation discussion or in the back of the book in the torque specification section either.

heard some other people on other un-ideal forums....well lets say "not my first choice for technical info" forum, say 12 foot pounds on the tensioner? idk. i have nothing to go by here. i would rather see it on a piece of paper than what someone says on this other forum.

please help. want to get something done while i wait in vain for toyota to ship me my rockers darn it!!:bang:
 

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I'm sure it's in the FSM. I'm still at work, or I'd look it up for you. Should be in the Engine Mechanical (EM) section, there is an entire procedure in there devoted to the timing chain replacement.
 
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i know. thats what i am looking at. it starts off with putting the cam sprocket on then the chain with the camshaft sproket. completely neglects the tensioner and timing guides completely as far as i can tell. unless its in a different section. i am looking at EM section under timing chain install.
 
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i found a toyota document that says 16 ft lb for the damper but its not in my fsm. can anyone confirm?
 

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If you haven't already found it, my Mitchell program says 16 on the damper and 14 on the tensioner.
 

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Here ya go.


Application -Ft. Lbs. (N.m)
A/C Compressor Bolt-To-Mounting Bracket Bolt 20 (27)
Accessory Drive Pulley-To-Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 14 (19)
Air Intake Chamber-To-Intake Manifold Bolt 14 (19)
Camshaft Bearing Cap Bolt 15 (20)
Camshaft Sprocket Bolt 58 (79)
Connecting Rod Nut 51 (69)
Crankshaft Pulley Bolt 116 (157)
Cylinder Head/Rocker Arm Assembly Bolt -Tighten bolts to specification in sequence. 58 (79)
Distributor Hold-Down Bolt 14 (19)
Drive Axle-To-Side Gear Flange Bolt 61 (83)
Drive Shaft Flange Bolt 55 (75)
Exhaust Manifold Heat Insulator Bolt 14 (19)
Exhaust Manifold Nut 33 (45)
Flywheel/Drive Plate Bolt
A/T 61 (83)
M/T 80 (109)
Front Cover Bolt -Tighten 8-mm bolts to 115 INCH lbs. (13.0 N.m) and 10-mm bolts to 29 ft. lbs. (39 N.m).
Front Differential Mount Bolts
Differential Cover Mount Bolt 108 (146)
Left & Right Mount Bolt 123 (167)
Fuel Line-To-Delivery Pipe Union Bolt 32 (43)
Intake Manifold Bolt/Nut 14 (19)
Main Bearing Cap Bolt -Tighten bolts to specification in sequence. 76 (103)
Oil Pump Bolt -Tighten bolts to specification as specified.
Power Steering Pump Bracket-To-Cylinder Head Bolt 32 (43)
Power Steering Pump Pulley Nut 32 (43)
Rocker Arm Adjusting Screw Lock Nut 18 (24)
Rear Seal Housing Bolt 13 (18)
Relief Valve Plug 27 (37)
Spark Plug 13 (18)
Stabilizer Bar-To-Frame Bracket Bolt 21 (29)
Stabilizer Bar Link-To-Lower Control Arm Nut 19 (26)
Timing Chain Damper Bolt 16 (22)
Timing Chain Tensioner Bolt 14 (19)
Transmission Crossmember-To-Body Bolt (4WD Models) 70 (95)


These below are INCH Lbs.

Application -INCH Lbs. (N.m)
Clutch Release Cylinder Bolt 106 (12.0)
Cylinder Head Rear Plate Bolt 115 (13.0)
Cylinder Head-To-Front Cover Bolt 115 (13.0)
EGR Valve Bolt/Nut 115 (13.0)
No. 1 Air Injection Manifold Bolt/Nut 115 (13.0)
Oil Pan Bolt/Nut 115 (13.0)
Oil Strainer Bolt 115 (13.0)
PAIR Valve Nut 115 (13.0)
Stabilizer Bar Link-To-Lower Control Arm Nut 115 (13.0)
Valve Cover Nut 52 (5.9)
 
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thanks. thats what i went with. good to know that someone else can confirm it.

i like the list you posted there. maybe we should get someone to sticky that somewhere? that would be a nice FAQ topic if you ask me. just a list of torque values, especially the uncommon ones that dont always appear in the manual.
 

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