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BMW 2002 Torque Specifications

Thought is good idea to make this valuable document that was created by others several years ago more readily available to everyone.

Original document:

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_id=63756

Same as original document with a few updates in Excel format:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0AmkUA5H2QQFFdFVVZkNuSk5UWVhNQkdrcnFobnF6TFE&usp=sharing

P.S. Personally want to thank WILLIAMGGRUFF for creating google spreadsheet in first place and maintaining this document. Future updates, corrections, etc. should be addressed to his attention.

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Thank you for this. Very comprehensive.

Just one question: when torque values are given as x + y does this mean an absolute minimum of x and maximum of x+y?

Stating a normal +/- tolerance, I understand.

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Thank you for this. Very comprehensive. Just one question: when torque values are given as x + y does this mean an absolute minimum of x and maximum of x+y? Stating a normal +/- tolerance, I understand.

That is correct. X value is minimum and X+Y is Max value.

Usually, it is mean value with +/- tolerances. I cannot tell you why BMW didn’t choose +/- tolerance scheme

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