Question about 2002 Suzuki XL-7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Install cylinder head to block.
After applying oil to cylinder head bolts, tighten them gradually
(1)Tighten all bolts to 53 N.m (5.3 kg-m, 38.5 lb-ft) according to
numerical order in sequence
(2)In the same manner as in (1), tighten them to 84 N.m
(8.4 kg-m, 61.0 lb-ft).
(3) Loosen all bolts until tightening torque is reduced to 0 in reverse
order of tightening.
(4)In the same manner as in (1), tighten them to 53 N.m
(5.3 kg-m, 38.5 lb-ft).
(5) In the same manner as in (1) again, tighten them to specified
torque....105 N.m (10.5 kg-m, 76.0 lb-ft)
This was taken from SQ416 manual from www.suzukinfo.com
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
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