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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 .
This should get you done -start with the middle head bolt and work your way out in a circle. Doing each one at step 1 - then the next bolt step 1 - then the next one step 1 - then go around again with step 2 - then around step 3 - 4 etc.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2012

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Scan the cars computer for error codes. Post the actual code (not a description of it) so can see it. Have a "Fuel Leak Down" test done. "Load Test" the car's battery and alternator.

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