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i was reading the fsm for the 2jzge and after i install all the bearing caps i torque them in order to 14ft-lbs, then it says you have to go another 3 setep process to retorque the cam bearing caps. is this really necassary do you have to retorque and then turn knock pin every 120 degrees or something?
 

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Going through the procedures will help seat the camshaft in straight. You will notice that there is pressure on the shims pushing the cams, by turning the cams 120 degrees and tightening in the stated cam bearings per FSM, the camshaft will go in straight.

Last thing you want is a camshaft not seated right as this can affect the gaps between the shim and camshaft or have a wobbly camshaft rotating around.
 
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