Not aware of a torque rating however a bit of common sense applies here. These "acorn' nuts can only be screwed on so far being closed end nuts. Also when tightening these nuts you are compressing a rubber gasket. In practical terms when it begins to feel tight it probably is and you need to stop. If there IS a torque spec for those nuts it will be expressed in inch pounds. That's a SMALL amount of tightening.
4 ft-lbs (maybe 14) be careful if you break the weak aluminum walls of the valve cover dished area, JB weld won't help you maintain vacuum, and you will spend a year in the Junkyards looking for a new one like me.
The correct torque spec is 85 INCH lbs.
valve cover torque 98 nissan2.4
the valve cover torque specs are 85in lbs
89inch pounds is the torque rating for the valve cover bolts
I think there is no torque required for the valve cover as long as all are evenly tightened or the seal is flat on the cylinder head it will not cause any leak. If you have tightened the valve cover screws already and there are still leaks you might want to consider putting silicone on the valve cover gasket before you attach it or you might want to consider buying a new valve cover gasket.
The 2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport 3.0 liter engine valve cover torque specification is 40 pounds. You do not want to over torque the valve cover bolts, as you may ruin the valve cover gasket.
The 2001 Nissan valve cover bolt torque specification is 45 pounds. The valve cover bolts should be torqued in 15 pound intervals.
Valve cover torque settings on 2000 Eclipse GT 3.0L 6-cylinder: English: 31 plus or minus 4 in-lbs. Metric: 3.4 plus or minus 0.5 N-m.
what is the torque specifications for a toyota camry 4-cylinder valve cover
Screws into the valve cover.
If you are asking because of your valve cover leaking oil, there was a recall on that year valve cover gasket.
The torque should be 7ft-lbs.