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2000 daewoo lanos head torque

What is the torque on the head bolts

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    BEWARE other answers for this question say to start at 24nm 150 lbs, then 60 degrees +60 degrees +60 degrees +10 degrees. the first bolt broke before 25 nm

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The 2000 daewoo lanos 1.6L dohc head torque is as follows , step 1 = 18 ft. lbs. , step 2 = 70 degrees , step 3 = 70 degrees , step 4 = 30 degrees . sequence is as pictured .

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there ya go , gears to the left , looking at the front of engine .

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The right rear spindle shaft is bent on my 2000 Daewoo Lanos none of the online store ever heard of a spindle or they only offer the spindle nut Am I calling the part by the wrong name

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SOURCE: 2001 daewoo lanos dual overhead 1.6 liter head bolt torque and sequence

Whether working on a 1.6- or 1.8-liter engine, the torque specifications are the same. Intake and Exhaust Manifolds

  • Tighten the intake manifold bolts to 14 foot-pounds of torque in a crisscross pattern, beginning with the bolts at the center of the manifold and gradually working to the ends of the manifold. Tighten the exhaust manifold bolts to 25 foot-pounds of torque in a crisscross pattern, beginning with the bolts at the center of the manifold and gradually working to the ends of the manifold.
Cylinder Head
  • Tighten the cylinder head bolts to 22 foot-pounds of torque.

and i,m sorry i cant seen to remember the order

Posted on Oct 21, 2011

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SOURCE: one time use head bolts???????

Look at the cap of the bolt,there should be a number there,generaly 8.8 to 10.9,but as high as 12.9,the higher the number the higher the stength,if you have a high stregnth head bolt,they should be safe to re-use,check the threads for any distortion or stretching,make sure there is no debris in the threads and lightly oil them before you install so you can get an accurate torque reading.If your unsure call the local parts store and ask,they generally have this information.Hope this helps,and good luck.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

SOURCE: head bolt torque settings

is that for the 1.5 lt engine

Posted on Dec 11, 2011

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Look at the cap of the bolt,there should be a number there,generaly 8.8 to 10.9,but as high as 12.9,the higher the number the higher the stength,if you have a high stregnth head bolt,they should be safe to re-use,check the threads for any distortion or stretching,make sure there is no debris in the threads and lightly oil them before you install so you can get an accurate torque reading.If your unsure call the local parts store and ask,they generally have this information.Hope this helps,and good luck.

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