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What is the proper torquing sequence and ft-lbs when replacing a head gasket on a 89 Honda Civic?


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2011-09-15 10:00:03
2011-09-15 10:00:03

The following sequence will be ok for the Honda civic 1.3 and 1.5 16v with engine codes D13B2 and D15B2.

8 6 2 4 109 3 1 5 7

starting at number 1 and following through to number 10

The 1st stage of torquing the head down is as follows.30nm or 22.1 ftlb

After doing this on all 10 head bolts, the next stage is as follows.

65nm or 48ftlb

If however it is a 1.6i-vt Honda civic i do have sequence and torque settings for engine codes D16Z6 and B16A2 aswell.

hope this information is of some help..

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