What's the correct torque for rod bearing on a 2002 Chrysler Town and Country? on 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

I am replacing the rod bearing and inserting the bolts but dont know how tight to tighten them

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punch in year and make and engine sizes into your computor and you will find it. COME ON. brad
these are torque to yield. 40ft lbs plus 90 degrees. bigger question is WHY are you replacing rod bearings? if bad then your crank is also bad. new bearings may last no longer than 10-20 seconds, depending where you bought them may well lock engine.
who ever wrote that statement is completely correct, why are you changing rod bearings unless you are rebuilding engine. brad