Question about 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera
I need to find the bolt torque specifications for the intake manifold on a 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera S V6.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am doing intake gaskets right now on an expedition and you have to look carefully around and take your time and you will find what is holding you up from taking it out because nowhere in the book does it state you had to take the two bolts out for the thermastat housing on the expedition that I am working on you can also go to auto zone and they can give you a diagram because you will need the torque specs anyways
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
If you have never done this before, get a manual such as haynes. There's just too much to write out instructions here. When doing the job, make sure that you drain coolant first, and remove any debris that falls into engine after the intake is off. Regardless of how careful you are, some will remain so I recommend that after it's back together, run for about 1/2 hr then change engine oil.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
you have long bolts and short bolts, long bolts go in positions 1,4,5,8,9 - short bolts remaining positions, all long bolts go in back of engine, toward fire wall or front of dash, those are positions starting at passenger side to drivers side, 8,4,1,5,9, so 1 is in the center position, 9 on drivers side. short bolts in front, positions passenger side 7, 3, 2, 6,10, stud is in position 10. Tighten bolts in sequence, starting at 1, long bolts get 32Nm, short bolts get 29Nm, next pass torque all to 58NM, than final pass add an angle of 100 degrees, little more than 1/4 turn with wrench. Bolts should have 11.9 on head, the tightening specification is called a torque plus angle to yield, that is why in your gasket kit is tells you to replace the bolts, it is recommended. I know, because I am the GM Manager for fastening engineering. Hope this helps
Posted on May 29, 2009
You must have an ignition distributor to be able to reset or change the engine timing. If you do have a coil pack then the engine timing is completely controlled by the computer and there is no timing adjustment.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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i am hoping that means a 2.3L if so it calls for 18ft/lbs.and bring all bolts snug then tighten or torque from middle out left side first then the right from middle out as well. hope this helps...please rate my answer an i sure hope this helps let me know...:~)thank you for using fix ya.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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