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Old 26 May 2008, 01:47 pm
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Question Intake manifold

Hi everyone,

How many lbs/ft should the intake manifold be tightened to? 2006 touring

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Old 26 May 2008, 05:37 pm
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Default Re: Intake manifold

Tightening just snug is sufficient. I used 3/8 drive socket and over snugged it and broke the bolt. I believe it is 100 in lbs, which isn't much.
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