Each injector hold-down clamp bolt was threaded in and torqued to 22 ft-lb. Then, per Ford’s instruction, they were turned another 90 degrees. This is precisely why the aforementioned ARP Ultra-Torque assembly lubricant was used on these fasteners.

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