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Re: Looking for Renault laguna 3 1.5dci torque settings

:) , Only Which are important to give me accurate reading for monitoring car performance. Sorry I don't know which are important setting as well :(
 

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Re: Looking for Renault laguna 3 1.5dci torque settings

Torque settings will not help monitor car performance.

Unless I am misunderstanding you?

To me torque settings are the values that you tighten nuts and bolts to when fitting parts.
So for instance, if you change a wheel, the wheel nuts/studs should be torqued to a value around 40nm.(IIRC)… or as I have always done, two hands on a spider brace and a grunt.
Things like plastic thermostat housings around 12nm while at the other end, crank pulley or hub fixing will require over 200nm (off top of my head, don't take the values as gospel)
Each fixing will have its own value.
But once tightened, there is no point in checking them and doing so tells you little....
 

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Re: Looking for Renault laguna 3 1.5dci torque settings

@Dancingdad maybe I am not clear in questions,
I took `torque pre` OBD2 scanner application to check fault code and see real time informations, in that need to create profile of my car so application will give me correct real time info.
So I am looking for profile details which are related to engine.

I will update headline. Sorry for confusions
 

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Log all the Data you can, Now save this data..
Any time you have an issue, you can then compare..
 

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Log all the Data you can, Now save this data..
Any time you have an issue, you can then compare..
That's about the size of it.
Each and every engine will differ a little.
For gross errors, general readings are often fine.
But if you have the baseline of readings from when it is running right, you can always go back and compare.
And if you read regularly, you can get information that may show things are drifting.
 
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