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pee-J
Wed Dec 12 2007, 01:31PM

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Anyone know where I can find bolt torque specs for the 1995 4.0 HO? Been searching online, nothing...
Called B&W, "we can't give that information out for free." A$$h@1e
Don't know where my chilton's ran off too...

I specifically need head bolts and pattern, valve cover bolts, manifold bolts, and water neck bolts.

Any info would be great guys,
Thanks!

[ Edited Thu Dec 13 2007, 12:38PM ]

95 XJ 4.0HO>AW-4>NP241"Roc-Trac." Rough Country 6.5" on 33's. Warn M8000, locked and armored up but (was) driven daily.
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rockcity
Wed Dec 12 2007, 03:35PM

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Haynes Manual gives most of them...

www.ECORS.com
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pee-J
Wed Dec 12 2007, 03:42PM

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I don't want to buy another book. I just don't know where my Chiltons went.

95 XJ 4.0HO>AW-4>NP241"Roc-Trac." Rough Country 6.5" on 33's. Warn M8000, locked and armored up but (was) driven daily.
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Coondogger
Wed Dec 12 2007, 08:49PM
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www.alldatapro.com

Click "I am a member"

User name- 468-9511
Password- Service



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Coondogger
Wed Dec 12 2007, 08:54PM
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Now......... On next screen click any 1 of the 3 "Station License" you see. Just click the box "make available" and hit the apply button.

It will move that box over to the next square "Assign to this PC"........... Click the "O" in that box and click the DONE button at the bottom.

I am sure you can figure it out from there.

Good luck.

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pee-J
Wed Dec 12 2007, 10:54PM

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That's friggen awesome!!! Thanks a bunch for that. I just spent the past 30 or so minutes looking up all kinds of stuff I've been curious about. On other vehicles too.

Great reference, thanks again!

95 XJ 4.0HO>AW-4>NP241"Roc-Trac." Rough Country 6.5" on 33's. Warn M8000, locked and armored up but (was) driven daily.
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GusaGus
Thu Dec 13 2007, 07:29AM
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i thought i had an XJ FSM in PDF but i can't seem to find it now. i do how ever have a 98 TJ FSM in PDF and a 97 TJ parts manual in PDF. some where i know i have some XJ stuff just need to look some more.
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pee-J
Thu Dec 13 2007, 11:33AM

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Cool Mike, Thanks for looking...

95 XJ 4.0HO>AW-4>NP241"Roc-Trac." Rough Country 6.5" on 33's. Warn M8000, locked and armored up but (was) driven daily.
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Coondogger
Thu Dec 13 2007, 11:57AM
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I hope it helped you. Keep that for a reference. It should have about everything you should and would want to know about a vehicle. It's about a $300 subscription.

Did you find what you were looking for?

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pee-J
Thu Dec 13 2007, 12:28PM

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And then some...

95 XJ 4.0HO>AW-4>NP241"Roc-Trac." Rough Country 6.5" on 33's. Warn M8000, locked and armored up but (was) driven daily.
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