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Grandam 2.3 liter Specs for headgasket

I have a 94 grand am that needs a Headgasket. Looking for specs for torque wrench. Can you help me?

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SOURCE: Head bolt torque specs for 1992 Pontiac 3.1 ltr

the last time i did the same job the gasket kit had the specs inside the box. the parts store should have a book/reference manual

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Wheel bearing torque

Front:
Mounting bolts 96 ft/lbs
Axle nut 159 ft/lbs

Rear:
Mounting bolts 55 ft/lbs

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: need the head bolt torque specs for a 1999 grand

Fig. Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence-3.1L engines & 2001-04 3.4L engines

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Fig. Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence-2005 3.4L engines

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Hope this help (remember rated and comment this).

Posted on Mar 30, 2010

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SOURCE: head bolt torque specs

i'm guessing this is a V6 3400 since the headline is a 2000 Grand Am GT
44 LB FT plus 95 degrees

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SOURCE: need torque specs for brake caliper bracket bolts.

Hello and welcome. here is the torque specs for the bolts.

Caliper Bolts
85 N·m
63 lb ft
Caliper Bracket Bolts
180 N·m
133 lb ft
Caliper Bolts
85 N·m
63 lb ft
Caliper Bracket Bolts
180 N·m
133 lb ft
caliper brake bracket bolts torque to 180 n.m or 133 ft.lbs

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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