Tighten the valve cover retaining bolts in sequence, torque them to 71-106 inch lbs. (8-12 Nm).
What are the torque specifications and the tightening sequence of the cylinder head bolts on a 1996 Saturn SL1?
310Nm (230ft/lbs) Dry Zinc Plated
Torque for valve cover bolts is 7 to 10 ft. Lbs . Tighten the bolts in a criss-cross pattern .
no special order, torque is 70 ft. lbs.
Work from center out alternating, snug up, torque to 55in pounds or 4.55 ftlbs.
Go to Autozone or a NAPA parts store and buy a Haynes Manual for the vehicle. It will tell you all of the torque specs you need and the tightening pattern.
You use a torque wrench for tightening bolts to an exact pressure. This is particularly important in things where many bolts must all be the same tightness, such as cylinder heads in engines, and parts of transmissions.
The torque specs for the oil pan bolts are 105 inch lbs. Tighten all of the pan bolts snug to make sure everything lines up before tightening all of the bolts to spec.
You don't use a torque wrench to loosen ANYTHING. -It is only for tightening nuts and bolts to the correct torque.
20nm +180 degree +180 degree
Look in either the factory service manual, a Chilton manual or a Haynes manual. They have the information that you seek.
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maruti 800 2002 tightening torques of cylinder head
You cannot use the old bolts to retorque the heads. They are torqure to yield bolts. You must get new bolts.
which one? The head bolts? Engine to transaxle? And, are you really asking what the tightening sequence and/or torque rating is?
45,65,65 ft lbs then 90 degrees.
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.
Tightening torques are: Stage 1 - 15Nm Stage 2 - 30Nm Stage 3 - 90Degrees
Just criss-cross on the bolts and don't tighten them all in sequence, just like tightening lug nuts on a wheel.
This is the order for the bolts. I do not know the torque. Assuming that the graph is a top view of the head bolts. --8--4--1--5--9-- --7--3--2--6--10--
Hello: Install cylinder head bolts. Tighten cylinder head bolts according to following procedure: Tighten cylinder head bolts in order shown, Can not show diagram for this. Tightening torque : 36.1 lb-ft (49N
I have a 1.6 L motor, it was; torque to 21, then torque to between 51 and 54 lbs. completely loosen bolts then repeat tightening pattern above.
For the 1992 Chevy S-10, 2.2 liter, first tighten the cylinder head bolts to 40-47 ft. lbs. If you're using new bolts finishing tightening them to 54-61 ft. lbs. If you're using the original bolts, finish tightening them to 61-69 ft. lbs.
Warning! These are "torque to yield" bolts. Once installed and torqued to spec they yield, or stretch. The bolts, once loosened, cannot be reused. They MUST be replaced with new or they WILL fail. Once you have new bolts, the tightening sequence is 20 ft/lbs, then tighten an additional 90 degrees (exactly one quarter turn).