Rover 20T2N 2.0Ltr Diesel engine Cam cover torques are listed as 12 Nm. No tightening sequence is listed .
20nm +180 degree +180 degree
If it is a 1996 and later, 1-8 bolts 40 Ft/lbs...9-10 bolts 30 Ft/lbs...Then all bolts additional 90 degrees Standing in front of the car, tighten sequence looks like this... 9 3 1 5 7 10 6 2 4 8
There isn't a torque setting. You adjust the valves by tightening each rocker arm until there is no clatter and then tighten them 1/2 turn more.
The torque settings are 40 to 45lb/ft for the outer row, 65 to 70 for the centre to inner row. Haynes (Methuen & Coomber 1999) doesn't specify any particular order for refitting the head bolts; follow the standard automotive practice of tightening the ones furthest apart and moving inwards.
The rocker box bolt torque specifications, on your Harley-Davidson, is 15 pounds per square inch. The bolts should be torqued in five pound intervals.
I was just on the Toyota Owners Club site and found this information from Martin_Longbow; Toyota Carina E 2.0Ltr D Turbo 1996 - 98 (2C-T) Head tightening sequence (new bolts not required) Stage 1, 44 Nm Stage 2, Tighten 90 Degrees Stage 3, Tighten 90 Degrees On the older ones there is a four stage sequence and there are 18 bolts according to the diagrame I have for the tightening sequence I hope it's of some help.
in sequence torque bolts to 20nm, then again in sequence turn a futher 120 degrees, and again in sequence 120 degrees.
torque specs in Nm and tightening esquence
The torque settings for aluminum head are; stage 1. 15lb ft. Stage 2 you have to set the correct torque level by angular measurement, angle tighten a further 240 degrees. Cylinder head tightening sequence is important if you do not want to warp the head. Get down to your local library go to the technical section and photocopy the section from the Haynes manual
Refer to the factory manual for correct sequence. Loosening sequence if different to tightening, and both should be done in steps, not all at once. Lightly oil thread and under head of bolts and torque as instructed in the manual. Use a new head gasket and clean the head and block surfaces. Take care not to scratch or damage the sealing surfaces. Use a torque wrench and the proper 10mm 12 point deep socket.
20nm then 180degrees then another 180 degrees Left to right back row 9,5,1,3,7 (back row nearest windscreen) Left to right front row 10,6,2,4,8 (front row nearest radiator)
The cylinder head torque settings are a list of parts in the torque sequence. It tells where everything is and can be found.
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Initial Timing settings according to the shop manual is 6* BTDC.
the dwell is 29 to 31 degrees and the gap is .019.
.019 or set dwell at 28 to 32 degrees, check timing afterwqrds.
the settings for the spark plugs are 4 1 3 2 *If it's the electrode gap you require,set to 0.7 to 0.8mm or .028 to .032"(28 to 32 thou).
to my knowledge 1980 Chevy v8 engines didn't have ignition points, and dwell settings are for points.
you need to get a chiltons repair manual from the library for your year car to find that out.
2002 opel corsa 1.7 turbo diesel cylinderhead torque settings
Listed in your owner's manual and under the hood on a placard. 0.060 inches.
At maximum opening there should be 0.019 inches of gap. A matchbook cover thickness.
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