Body & frame:1st Generation - Weights and Measures

Weights & Measures for the 1st Generation Mini-trucks 1979 to 1986
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Included are also some of the fluid capacity for the following 2.0L 2.4L 2.6L 3.0L Engines.



GIVEN NAMES 1st GENERATION TRUCKS

Mitsubishi Forte
Mitsubishi L200
Mitsubishi Mighty Max (19821986)
Dodge D50 (19791980)
Dodge Ram 50 (19811986)
Plymouth Arrow Truck (19791982)
Production 19781986
Model years 1979-1986


DIMENSIONS 1st GENERATION TRUCKS
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Base Model Weight = 2,518 lbs.
Box Bed = 81.5 inches long x 64.2 inches wide
Maximum Payload = Just Over 1,500 lbs.
Body Length = 184.6 inches
Body Width = 65 inches
Body Height = 61 to 65 inches
Behind Seat Storage = 4.6 cubic feet
Wheel Base = 109.4 inches / 4WD 110 inches


CAPACITIES 1st GENERATION TRUCKS

AC Freon = 32 oz.
Fuel Tank = Approx. 15 gallon
Battery Group = 51, 27 / Original Cranking Amps 420
Rear Brake Drum Max Machining = 10.064 (In thousandths of an inch)Maximum diameter.
Front Brake Rotor Machining = .739 (In thousandths of an inch)
Brake & Clutch Master Cylinder Fluid Types = DOT 3 or 4
Anti-Freeze = 50/50 mix of ethylene glycol-based antifreeze & water.
86 and earlier = 9 qts.
87-89 = 8 qts.
90 & later, except 91 & later 4WD = 6.4 qts.
91 & later 4WD = 9.0 qts.
Automatic Transmission = Dexron II or Mercon Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) Transmission Service
83-86 models = 4.0 qts.
87-89 models = 5.0 qts.
Pick-Up = 2.0 qts.
Montero = 5.3 qts.
Approximate total refill can be up to = 7.2 qts.
Manual Transmission = SAE API Hypoid GL5 80W-90 2.6 qts.
Differential = SAE API Hypoid GL5 80W-90 2.75 qts.
Transfer case = SAE API Hypoid GL5 80W-90 2.5 qts.
Engine Oil Weight/Capacity w/New Filter = API SG Above -9 degrees 10W30 / Above 32 degrees 20W50 / Below 61 degrees 5W30
2.0L = 4.5 qts.
2.4L = 5.0 qts.
2.6L = 6.0 qts.
3.0L V6 =
All Monteros & 1990 & earlier pick-ups = 6.0 qts.
1991 & later pick-ups = 5.0 qts.
Chassis Grease = NLGI no.2 chassis grease


TORQUES

Exhaust Manifold = 11-14 Foot pounds (Final torque)Note:to torque bolts & nuts, start in center using crisscross pattern working outward
Intake Manifold = 13 Foot pounds (Final torque)Note:to torque bolts & nuts, start in center using crisscross pattern working outward
Lug Nuts = 80lbs.
Main Bearing Cap = 55-61 Foot pounds (Final torque) / 36-39 Foot pounds (Final torque)
Rod Bearing = 33-34 Foot pounds (Final torque) / 38 Foot pounds (Final torque)
Valve Cover = 5 Ft/Lbs.
Wheel Bearing = Tighten nut to 22 Ft/Lbs, back off and retighten to 6 Ft/Lbs.
Head Bolts =
a) Torque sequence --------------- front | 11 8 6 1 3 9 | of | | engine | 12 10 4 2 5 7 | ---------------
Step 1: torque bolts 11 and 12 to 15 Ft/Lbs
Step 2: torque 1 thru 10 to 65-72 Ft/Lbs (cold)
Step 3: retorque 1 thru 10 to 72-80 Ft/Lbs. (warm)
Recheck final torque in sequence.
b) Torque sequence ------------ front | 8 6 1 3 9 | of | | engine | 10 4 2 5 7 | ------------
Step 1: torque in sequence to 65-72 Ft/Lbs (cold)
Step 2: torque in sequence to 72-80 Ft/Lbs (warm)
Recheck final torque in sequence.


ENGINE

Firing Order = 1 2 3 4 Engine Front & 1-3-4-2 Distributor Rotates clockwise on vehicle
Spark Plugs = 4 & 6 cylinder - NGK BPR5ES-11, BP5ES-11
Spark Plug Gap = .044 (In thousandths of an inch)Caution! Gap is not adjustable on certain plug brands
Fuel Pressure = 3-4 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch)
Timing =
a) Automatic - 7 degrees BTDC *Warm idle speed 800 RPM *Transmission in neutral (Parking brake engaged) *All accessories off.
W/ High Altitude Emissions - 10 degrees BTDC *Set at warm idle speed 700 RPM *Transmission in neutral (Parking brake engaged)
b) Manual - 7 degrees BTDC *Warm idle speed 750 RPM *Transmission in neutral (Parking brake engaged) *All accessories off.
W/O - High Altitude Emissions - 5 degrees BTDC *Set at warm idle speed 700 RPM *Transmission in neutral (Parking brake engaged)
Timing Belt Replacement = 60k miles or 48 months.
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