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One time use head bolts???????

I have a 2000 Daewoo Lanos 1.6. Are the cylinder head bolts reuseable?

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Look at the cap of the bolt,there should be a number there,generaly 8.8 to 10.9,but as high as 12.9,the higher the number the higher the stength,if you have a high stregnth head bolt,they should be safe to re-use,check the threads for any distortion or stretching,make sure there is no debris in the threads and lightly oil them before you install so you can get an accurate torque reading.If your unsure call the local parts store and ask,they generally have this information.Hope this helps,and good luck.

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