There was a TSB with new torque specs for 3.5L 1995 LH veh's - the rocker arm shaft retaining bolt - now it is 275 inch pounds. Also, here is more info on replacing the rocker amrs:
Service and Repair
1. Remove cylinder head covers as outlined under ``Cylinder Head Cover, Replace.''
2. Identify and mark rocker arm assembly and rocker arms before disassembly.
3. Remove rocker arm assembly bolts then rocker arms.
4. Check rocker arms for the following wear or damage:
1. Roller scuffing or wear.
2. Bore scuffing or wear.
3. Swivel pad on lash adjuster missing or broken.
4. Rocker arm showing signs of fatigue or cracking.
5. Roller axle protruding from arm.
5. Remove dowel pin using a 4mm screw, nut, spacer and washer installed into pin.
6. Remove rocker arms and pedestals in order.
7. Check rocker arm mounting portion of shafts for wear or damage.
8. Check oil holes for clogging with small wire, clean as required.
1. Install rocker arms and pedestals onto shaft.
2. Install dowel pins in correct locations. Dowel pins pass through pedestal into rocker shafts. Dowel pins should be pressed until they bottom out in pedestal.
3. Rotate camshaft placing lobes in a neutral position (no load on valves).
4. Install rocker arm assembly with identification marks toward front of engine.
5. Install oil feed bolt into correct location on rocker shaft retainer and tighten bolts in sequence to specification.
6. Install cylinder head covers.
Parts use part #'s below and search OEM parts at www.allchryslerparts.com
(about 35% cheaper than MSRP)
MSRP OEM Part
Rocker Arm Assembly
. Rocker Arm
. . Exhaust Rocker Arms
. . .
. . . 13 - Right
. . .
. . . 13 - Left
. . Intake Rocker Arm
. . .
. . . 12 - Right
. . .
. . . 12 - Left
. Rocker Arm Shaft
. . 14 - Intake Rocker Shaft
. . 15 - Exhaust Rocker Shaft