Engine mount bolts


Loekee75
01-09-2007, 03:05 PM
Does anyone know how much the front engine mount bolts should be torqued for the '92? (Side facing the pulleys) Thanks!

Alibi
01-09-2007, 11:06 PM
I don't know the exact torque, but I know its pretty high. I'd guess 150lbs or so? When I did a motor swap, I just torqued 'em down as much as I could and they've held just fine.

HotZ28
01-10-2007, 10:41 AM
Not sure what bolt you are referring to, however if it is the long bolt that goes through the two sections of the mount, it is either 10 or 12 mm and torque should be 45-50 if it is 10mm and if it is 12mm, it should be 55-65. It should have a lock nut to prevent it from backing off anyway.

Loekee75
01-10-2007, 10:18 PM
Not sure what bolt you are referring to, however if it is the long bolt that goes through the two sections of the mount, it is either 10 or 12 mm and torque should be 45-50 if it is 10mm and if it is 12mm, it should be 55-65. It should have a lock nut to prevent it from backing off anyway.

Thanks alibi and hotz28
I had the whole mount and bracket (the side attached to the frame, and also the side attached to the engine) removed. As for the really long bolt in mount center, I don't recall its nut being a lock nut, but I'll be sure to torque everything as you called for.

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