That method results in a more accurate and even torque.
The 4.3 liter Chevy Astro head gasket torque specification is 160 pounds. The head gasket bolts should be torqued in 40 pound intervals.
143 lb ft of torque for the 1990 model. 148 lb ft of torque for the 1991-1992. Of the Stanza models, the 1992 is widely considered the closest to a fwd version of the 240sx benefiting in large part by the later refinements to engine/transmission dynamics. As such, these vehicles were highly successful in other counties, where driving conditions warranted that type of power/torque to be directed to the front wheels. Of the 240sx/Silvia and the Stanza/Pintara, the Stanza/Pintara was the more popular and sold in higher numbers when compared on a world platform.
The 1999 Pontiac cylinder head gasket bolt torque specification is 160 pounds. The intake manifold bolt torque specification is 90 pounds.
12 ft. lbs
The short bolt torque specs for the head gasket of a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire is 43 foot pounds. The torque specs for long bolts is 46 foot pounds.
no, use rtv sealant
115 - 125
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What are the torque specs for a 2001 Honda Passport head gasket
The torque is 89 inch pounds or 7.41 foot pounds. You should never reuse a transmission gasket. If you are doing work on the transmission, replace the filter, it usually comes with a new gasket.
what kind of car? each car has it own torque spec 2000 Chevy Cavalier
The torque settings are normally included on a sheet when buying the gasket set.
Most head gaskets are considered no re-torque. Meaning once torqued to spec that's it. However, I do know some guys that torque it and while on the engine stand will wait a day and re-torque. Not really necessary if you use a good no re-torque head gasket.
I believe that if a gasket is employed, then the need for gasket seal in a tube is gone, however, your gasket should be torqued to manufacturer's specifications. Yet, it doesn't hurt to have both.
20 ft. lbs.
Yes it does.
I believe that if you use mono-torque gaskets you do not need to re-torque ( hence the name) mono meaning one.The issue with white "smoke" is not oil but coolant as oil will be blueish it could also be just condensation (water in the exhaust) that will happen in colder climates, also if the engine produced white smoke from coolant before and after the head gasket replacement you may have a cracked head. you always have to torque a new head gasket. if you don't they won't seal. a head gasket is what some people call a crush gasket. they have metal seals, usually aluminum or copper, that is crushed when you torque them. when the metal is crushed it fills in any small imperfections there are from when they were made. they also can't be re-used. if you take the head off get a new gasket and torque it. if your head gasket leaks it will let antifreeze into the cylinder. when the cylinder fires it burns the antifreeze and makes white smoke.
The torque on this Honda Odyssey head is 72.3lbs/ft. I got this off of Alldata online.
Incorrect torque pounds, or incorrect sequence of torque,improper gasket installation, foreign matter not allow gasket to properly seal or warped intake manifold or warped block