45 ft lbs, 65 ft lbs, 65 ft lbs, 90 degree turn.
If you are talking about torquing down the main bearing caps, the two inner bolts are the ones closest to the center of the cap, and the outers are furthest away.
This process is for angle heads struds ( original from Mitsu)... First initial torque must be 20Nm in alternate bolts from center to outside. follow above numbers.... 7 3 1 5 10 9 6 2 4 8 Next step is unscrew all bolts in reverse sequence. Next step is torquing again all bolts in initial sequence with 70Nm. Next step is torquing all bolts in same sequence rotating at 90 degrees. Last setp is torquing all bolts in the sequence for more 90 degrees..
After you've installed all the bolts and tightened them until they touch, start from the center and work torwards the ends criss-crossing side to side. The small bolts are 17 ft./lbs, the corners are 25 ft./lbs. Tighten in three stages.
it's hard to say how much to tighten the head bolts without torqing them. I would snug them with a ratchet, and then go around the proper sequence with a torque wrench.
You need 54mm bore bolts for a caliper for a 1998 Chevy Prism.
Why do caliper bolts back out on a Chevy K5 Blazer 4*4?
There are 8 bolts on a manual transmission '97 Chevy with a 6.5 diesel engine.
No the cylinder head bolts for 1.6L Chevy Aveo are TTY (Torque to Yield) bolts, meaning the bolts stretch after being torqured and cannot be reused without risk of breaking.
6 or 8 bolts Beleve it is 6
how many mounting bolts on 1997 3500 chevy 6.5 diesel manual transmission
that depends on what you're torquing, ie wheel lug nuts, intake manifold etc. check the proper service manual for the item. intakes are in a spiral pattern from the inside bolts outward probable a step torque like (small #) ft-lbs, (higher #) ft-lbs then 180 degree turn need a special tool called a torque-angle
with bolts and tighten
New Headbolts are recommended Long bolts are torqued to 46'lbs + 90 degrees. Short bolts are torqued 43'lbs + 90 degrees. Start in the center, and work to the edges, torquing the bolts in two stages. Rockers are torqued to 22'lbs.
yes you need to replace head bolts
There are 6 bolts that hold the transmission to the 4.3L block.
Torquing head bolts without a torque angle meter is substantially harder than with one but it is very much possible. All it requires is keeping a steady hand and a keen eye on your work.
When installing the bolts tighten the two center bolts temporarily to 15 ft lbs and install the other head bolts loosely, then tighten all bolts to 22 ft lbs and then to 58 ft lbs, loosen all bolts completely and then retighten them to 22 ft lbs and then to a final torque of 54-61 ft lbs When torquing bolts start with the center bolts forward and aft and then to the left side of the center bolts and then to the right side of the center and so on
The Chevy Lumina dashboard is held in place with retaining bolts and retaining clips. Remove the retaining bolts and pry outward on the retaining clips.
Ther are a lot of bolts in the 95 monte, which bolts are you talking about?
If the head is removed you must always replace the bolts.
Should be 6 bolts on the bell housing to mate it to the engine.
They are Metric bolts, 12 or 13 millimeter I think.
It should be a 195 degree. Be careful taking the bolts out of the intake that holds the t-stat housing down to it. The intake manifold those are screwed into is aluminum and the bolts are steel. They like to corrode into the aluminum.