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Valve Rocker Arm Bolt 19 N·m + 30° (14 lb ft+ 30°)
A GM dealer shows me another source, which says 32 Nm (24 lb-ft). Not sure which one is right but they screwed up my car.

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SOURCE: Need the correct torque specs for 2004 silverado 1500 calipers

  • Tighten the 2 brake caliper mounting bolts to 108 Nm (80 ft. lbs.) . Caliper Mounting Bracket to Knuckle, Front (15 series) 175 Nm (129 ft. lbs.) Caliper Mounting Bracket to Knuckle, Front (25/35 series) 300 Nm (221 ft. lbs.) Brake Caliper Mounting Bolt Rear (15 series) 42 Nm (31 ft. lbs.) Brake Caliper Mounting Bolt Rear (25/35 series) 108 Nm (80 ft. lbs.) Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear (JC5/JH5) 200 Nm (148 ft. lbs.) Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear (JH6) 165 Nm (122 ft. lbs.) Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear (JH7) 300 Nm (221 ft. lbs.) Caliper Mounting Bracket Bolt Rear (NYS) 200 Nm (148 ft. lbs.)
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    your torque specs for clutch to flywheel

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    SOURCE: need to know torque specs for head bolts on a 2002

    Cylinder head bolt torque spec are

    First Tightening Pass --- 22 Ft. Lbs or 30 N.m
    Second Tightening Pass --- 155 Degrees

    Here is the tightening sequeuce just in cause


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