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Old 10-23-2008, 08:17 PM
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Does anyone know the tightening torque specifications for the flywheel and pressure plate mounting bolts? I looked at hyundaitechinfo and it has a page for it
under clutch system, general, tightening torque,
and unter transaxle/transmission, manual transaxle system, tightening torque,
BUT the page shows up as a blank screen.

I'm guessing "Tight, really, really" is probably good enough but does anyone have the actual number? PS I need it before Saturday! smile.gif

edit it's under engine mechanical, general, tightening torque. 88-95ft/lbs for flywheel, 11-15ft-lbs for pressure plate. THANKS!
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Nm kg*cm lb*ft
Connecting rod cap nut 50-53 500-530 34-39
Crankshaft bearing cap bolt 27-33+(60°-65°) 270-330+(60°-65°) 20-24+(60°-65°)
Fly wheel M/T bolt 120-130 1200-1300 88-95
Drive plate A/T bolt 120-130 1200-1300 88-95


I have a HTML version of the manual, much easier to search, I am uploading it here: http://people.csail.mit.edu/radu/tib...ual/manual.zip
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in webtech its under engine main moving assembly. which is probably why you couldnt find it.
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whatever you do, don't use the torque specs of "really really tight" for a flywheel.

My buddy was "helping" me out with my flywheel once. I had disassembled the car when he showed up and I asked him to put the flywheel on while I smoked a cigarette. Apparently he used a 12pt impact driver on an pneumatic impact gun/phase disruptor pistol set on kill. Also, he went around in a circle instead of star-cross It really messed up my flywheel. The center portion of the flywheel broke out and started rattling when I drove down the road. It was horrible. I had to turn right around and get my original flywheel resurfaced and reinstalled.

That sort of thing should be common sense. Make sure you follow proper torque procedures, especially when working on something this expensive/hard to get to
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Come on, give me a little credit! I didn't mention an impact, did I? My weight on the end of a 10" wrench handle is about what I would have given it on the flywheel, and that's almost exactly the torque specification. nana.gif
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optimo - it's also where he said it was, under Engine Mechanical System/General/Tightening Torque (I missed it at first but look in the middle of the page, it has a 'Main Moving' table).
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