Torque for valve cover bolts is 7 to 10 ft. Lbs . Tighten the bolts in a criss-cross pattern .
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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.
alero intake manifold torque specs
You more than likely have a valve cover gasket leaking. You can try tightening the bolts holding the valve cover in place to 20 lb/ft of torque, (do not over-tighten) and see if that stops the leak. If not, you will have to replace the gasket.
Breakaway torque is the torque required to start the initial movement, in the loosening direction, of a bolt, screw, or nut from its (non−loaded) at rest position with the locking element engaged. Tightening torque is the torque necessary to move the bolt, screw, or nut along its threaded length in the tightening direction.
Work from center out alternating, snug up, torque to 55in pounds or 4.55 ftlbs.
Ineed the torque sequence and tightening specs for a 92 GM 3800 intake.
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.
The correct torque spec is 85 INCH lbs.
the valve cover gasket is loose and or worn out, try to re-torque the valve cover or replace the gasket
Tightening bolt torque
If the pan is leaking at the mounting surface on the engine, then try tightening the pan bolts to 6 ft/lb of torque. If that does not stop the leak you will need to remove the oil pan and replace the gasket. If it is leaking at the drain plug, replace the gasket with a fiber gasket and toss the metal one. If it still leaks at the drain plug you will have to have the pan removed and welded and new threads cut as the threads are stripped or the pan is distorted.
Tighten in a criss cross pattern to 70 lb/ft of torque. Work slowly tightening a small amount at a time until you reach 70 pounds.
Quite possibly a leaking rocker cover gasket. Could try just tightening top bolts slightly as a temporary fix. Or change gasket. When you put the top back on, make sure bolts are tightened evenly to correct torque, or gasket will leak again.
You should begin by tightening the transmission and bolts on each corner of the transmission pan. Next, tighten the middle bolts on each side of the transmission pan. Work from the middle to the end, alternating from side to side.
Remove the oil pan. Clean the pan throughly inside and out. Scrap all the old gasket from the edge of the pan. Install the new gasket making sure that it does not slip. You can hold the gasket in place with thread tied very loosely or by applying a slight amount of Vaseline to the edge of the pan. Tighten all the bolts in a criss cross pattern very slowly until they are hand tight. Finish tightening them in a criss cross pattern until they are torqued to 12 lb/ft of torque. Caution: Do not over or under tighten these bolts. They must me torqued to 12 lb/ft.
The FINAL torque value should be 78 foot-pounds, but the tightening process goes in 3 stages. I don't recall off the top of my head just what the torque values are for the first and second stages.
Buy a repair manual ($12) at most auto parts stores. There you will find detailed instructions.
which one? The head bolts? Engine to transaxle? And, are you really asking what the tightening sequence and/or torque rating is?
remove the 10mm bolts from the edges and clean all surfaces VERY CLEAN and replace gasket and then torque the bolts back not sure of the lbs to torque to good luck it is not hard to do
The intake and exhaust manifolds, along with the timing belt will have to be removed to gain access to the head. Remove the head and replace the gasket. Torque the bolts down to the manufacturer specs and in the order Nissan suggests.
instructions for changeing the head gasket on 93 BMW 325i m 50 motor, does the timing chain have to be romeved and what are the torque tolerences for the bolts.
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.