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Rangeroverfullfat



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4.4TDV8 ENGINE TORQUE SETTINGS

Hello
I was wondering if someone can help me please
I’m currently rebuilding my 4.4tdv8 and really struggling to find any torque settings regarding the big end and main bearings. My machine shop is also struggling to find any info on the crank regarding the measurements as it needs grounding down there seems to be no information on auto data + Haynes pro!
I’ve visited the wiki side of the page and unfortunately when I select the link for the 3.6tdv8 + 4.4tdv8 manual it brings up a error stating that the file has been deleted
Any help would be much appreciated
Thank you

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I’ve downloaded that one but unfortunately can’t find anything regarding torque settings for the big and main bearings any help would be very much appreciated
Thank you

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