Question about Ford F-150
Most head torque sequences start in the middle and work in a circle to the outside edges.The reason for this is because it keeps the head flat because most warpage starts in the center and gets worse on both ends or vise versa.Torque the head in three sucessive steps. It gives the gasket a chance to compress evenly and the bolts to stretch preventing fatigue.
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