What I have is: 2 bolts on strut to knucle 71 ft lbs, I have also seen 116, i like 116 for this personally and the way it feels, that is what I torqued these to when I put in the new struts 2 years ago. Step three torque all head bolts 49 ft. I am replacing the wheel bearing and ball joints on a 2001 honda civic. Get a die for the studs and mount each stud in a vise. Torque: 50 Nm 37 ft-lbs In sequence, turn each bolt an additional 90 degrees.
And yes copper tone the head, both sides of the head gasket and the block. Best you go to your local library and borrow a Ford motor manual. I think I have the torque specs, but the axle nut seems high to me. Torque: 30 Nm 22 ft-lbs. I torqued it the first stage at 22 pounds and then 53 pounds.
Step 2: Tighten each bolt to 36 ft. A 5 speed manual transmission transmits the power to the driven wheels. Step 2: Tighten each bolt to 36 ft. You may have a stripped stud. . Just need to fix a motor mount in the back of the engine and this car will be baller again.
And remember, always torque head nuts in a criss-cross pattern. Torque: 30 Nm 22 ft-lbs. Use a beam-type torque wrench. Step 4: Retighten only the 2 center bolts to 49 ft. As you look at the head from the outer side,l to r we'll number the bottom row of bolts 7,1,4,6. These steps are carried out in a helical sequence.
This vehicle has a 2 door coupé type body with a front positioned engine powering the front wheels. Oh yeah, it must sound like a rifle shot going off when breaking. Aug 05, 2011 The Head bolts are located below the cams, so you have to take the cams out to get to the bolts. Both Ford and General Motors manufacture 4. I'm a big girl, but I needed a bunch of cheaters daisy chained together to get it out. The exhaust manifold requires 20 ft-lbs and the intake manifold requires 33 ft-lbs of torque to attach to the cylinder head. If there are multiple steps, torque everything to the first specification, then torque all of the bolts in the same order to the second specifications.
Maybe if I was back state side it would be alot easier. Sep 19, 2013 Tighten the cylinder head bolts. I was certainly proud that I got it out, though!!! Cylinder head bolt loosening sequence - 1. All torque figures are listed as. The exhaust manifold bolts require first 11 ft-lbs and then 22 ft-lbs of torque to attach to the cylinder head properly. Good luck and don't forget to clean them well and thoroughly check for cracks! I took my buddies word for it. The 4 cylinder, single overhead camshaft naturally aspirated engine has 4 valves per cylinder and a displacement of 1.
In those made in or after 1996, the same bolts receive 8. Normally I would tell you to go buy a book as will anyone else on here but since I have nothing to do right now here you go. Im not sure if the gasket is fucked up now or not. Set torque wrench at 22 ft-lbs and do all ten in pattern above. Tighten the cylinder head bolts is sequence to 29 Nm 3.
Aug 10, 2010 Dont forget to apply clean engine oil to the threads of each bolt for proper torquing. Posted on Aug 05, 2011 Quote: Originally Posted by norvelplagbao52 1993 saturn sl2 1. It drives so much better now. Seriously, Sorry, I don't know this, but I had to take a dig at a Honda crank bolt -Karl I recently had a run in with that crank pulley bolt and was surprised that I was able to get it off. Step 3: Tighten each bolt to 49 ft.
Be sure to apply anti sieze or dip the head bolts in oil, before you torque them down or you might pull out the threads. Now my car is smoking white like crazy. Torque: 50 Nm 37 ft-lbs In sequence, turn each bolt an additional 90 degrees. The torque specs for the head bolts in sequence is 20, 40, then end at 63ft lbs. In the first step tighten all bolts, in sequence, to about 29 N-m 3. I also used some fresh engine oil on the threads when I reinstalled them.