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Old 02-28-2010, 09:57 AM
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turbo pedestal o-rings?????????????????????

do i need any special tools to replace the orings under the pedastol?? how long does it normally take??thx
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A torque wrench is good for going back together you don't want to under or over tighten the pedestal or the turbo. If you can get the up pipe clamp off fairly easy and this being your first time I will say allow 2-3 hours after doing it once it really don't take very long.
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do u know the pound setting i should use
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Tighten 2 turbo “hold down” bolts and torque to 35 lb-ft per Garrett.


Per Ford Service Manual 18 Ft lbs

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do u know the pound setting i should use

18 ft/lbs for the 2 turbo and 4 pedestal bolts.
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18 ft/lbs for the 2 turbo and 4 pedestal bolts.
i seen 2 diffrent settings 18-35 when i searched other sites i wonder which is it i seen guys use both and had problems of leaking?? were did ford and garrett come up with this well im gonna start tearing this thing apart here
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found it its leaking from under the fuel filter housing i think it a hpop line jus replace line or oring??
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If the turbo bolts are torqued at 35 ft-lb howcome I needed about 300 to break mine loose?
From what I read members don't hesitate to put all the strength on standard wrenches to tight them. Evidently on this piece torquing is not critical.
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i seen 2 diffrent settings 18-35 when i searched other sites i wonder which is it i seen guys use both and had problems of leaking?? were did ford and garrett come up with this well im gonna start tearing this thing apart here
Yep, Ford and Garrett have two different specs.

Go with the Garrett specs. I've found that my pedestal always leaks if I go with the Ford torque specs, but never leaks if I tighten down to what Garrett calls for.
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oring blew off hpop line
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Here's Guzzle's PDF for replacing HPOP O-rings.
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