Head Torque Specs for a Ford 2.0 SOHC

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Head Torque Specs for a Ford 2.0 SOHC
The Ford Ranger was once Ford's premier pickup truck before being replaced by the F-150. (Golden Gate viewed from the truck image by Alex "Stranger" from Fotolia.com)

The Ford 2.0 SOHC engine was a key feature of the Ford Ranger, Ford Pinto, and Ford Sierra. The small engine is a part of the four-cylinder Lima family of engines.

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Main Camshaft Torque Specifications

The cylinder head and main bearing bolts had a first step torque of 50 to 60 foot-pounds and a second step torque of 80 to 90 foot-pounds each. The rod bearing bolts had a first step torque of 25 to 30 foot-pounds and a second step torque of 30 to 36 foot-pounds. The intake manifold and exhaust had a first step torque of 5 to 7 foot-pounds. The intake manifold had a second step torque of 14 to 21 foot-pounds while the exhaust manifold had a second step torque of 16 to 23 foot-pounds.

Crankshaft Torque Specifications

The crankshaft pulley bolts had 100 to 120 foot-pounds of torque and the flywheel-to-crankshaft bolts had 56 to 64 foot-pounds of torque.

Performance

The Ford 2.0 SOHC engine had a peak horsepower of 80hp at 4,200rpm and a peak torque of 106 foot-pounds at 2,600rpm.

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