Question about 1992 Toyota 4Runner
You have to use new headbolts because they are torque to yield bolts. You start in the middle and criss cross out to the ends with an initial torque of 33 ft-lbs. Then you criss cross out out again with an additional 90 degrees on each bolt, then you do it again from the middle another 90 degrees to make a total of 180 degress past the initial 33ft-lbs.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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