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When doing major engine work a shop manual is essential, as it is not just the torque value, but sequence that is important. Further, many newer engines use head bolts that must be replaced, and torque values now may include degree angles for final tightening.
Sounds as if the input shaft seal for the hydraulic pump that is driven off the transmission is bad and allowing the fluid to enter the transmission housing. When the fluid gets too full it aerates and causes the "root beer float" fluid.
remember new head bolts also, torque to yeild bolts. i would recommend
to get a service manual for torque specs and procidures for removal of
heads. also head gaskets are leaking for a reason have heads checked for
straightness and for cracks at local machine shop, keep all pushrods
and rockers numbered for reassembly, pushpods are different and will
cause major engine damage if mixed up.
Cyl head to lower timing chain cover10nm (89in – lb)
The tightening sequence is from inside to outside crossover as normal. Loosening sequence is from outside to inside crossover. Remember to set torque wrench at low setting and work gradually up through the whole sequence until you get the desired torque.