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The 2kd engine has same torque settings whether it goes on a hilux, or srx or other. The minimum diameter specs are: 11.6 mm for head bolts, and 12.6 mm for main bearing bolts.
Posted on Jul 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Cylinder head bolt removal sequence
Removal sequence: Front 3 7 11 13 10 6 2 1 5 9 14 12 8 4
***CAUTION*** The above sequence must be followed during removal as to avoid warpage of the cylinder head unit
Reverse sequence to install, Step 1: Torque to 10 Ft/Lbs Step 2: Torque to 18 Ft/Lbs Step 3: Torque to 25 Ft/Lbs Step 4: Turn an additional 90 degrees Step 5: Turn an additional 90 degrees Step 6: Torque the 2 recessed 8mm bolts to 13 Ft/Lbs *** CAUTION *** engine uses Torque To Yield head bolts (TTY) that permanently stretch during the initial installation. New head bolts must be used when cylinder head is replaced or re-installed to obtain proper Torque
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Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: i change the timing belt
There should be a mark on the cam gear(s) as well as the lower gear driven by the crank indicating TDC(top dead center), with transmission in neutral use a socket wrench with some leverage to turn the crankshaft pulley in the same direction it would turn while running. once the crank is at TDC the cam gears need to align to thier markings, likley at 12 o'clock position. if there is no marks on the bottom gear, unbent a wire coat hanger and remove the spark plug from #1 cylinder and loosly drop the hanger in, make sure nothing falls into the cylinder or any binding occurs in the cylinder. while rotating the crank you can see the wire go up and down as the piston moves, lift the wire a bit every so often to avoid it binding and be sure wire is straight and long enough to always stick up out of the cylinder enough to grab it. when its at its highest point of the compression stroke and just about to go down again, your at TDC and check the cam gear alignment. you should be able to tell the compression stoke from the exhast stroke because you must have it pretty close to start at all, if the cam gear alignment is off by half a rotation, then its the exaust stroke and keep turning. dual cams can be tricky since retentioning the belt will move at least one the gears you just aligned, but you can see how much they move and compensate so once the belt is tight everything is aligned.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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