Question about Hyundai Motor 1998 Accent
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1998 Hyundai Lantra "G4GM" engine 1795cc.there are two heads or blocks, one is called the M10, other is the M12, figure out which one you have cause the torque is different for stage one by 5nm...........
Dont get confused theres 2 different engines so 2 different torques for stage1---------
heres the full details: Stage 1 - m10 = 30nm / m12 = 35nm-------------------------- -------- Stage 2 - tighten by 60-65 degrees ------------ stage 3 - tighten by 60-65 degrees. no sequence is given in the data book for tightening so go off what you thinks right, it doesn't matter on this engine.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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SOURCE: Conversion kgf.m to foot pounds.
1 kilogram meter = 7.233 013 831 6 pound foot
you can use a online converter like the http://www.onlineconversion.com/torque.htm
3.5 kilogram meter = 25.315 548 411 pound foot
4.5 kilogram meter = 32.548 562 242 pound foot
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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You have two bolt sizes the shorter or smaller of the two sizes is called M10 the torque is 22ft lbs +65 degrees +65 degrees again The larger of the two bolts is called a M12 the torque for these are 26ft lbs +65+65. There is a tightening order staring at the top center bolt and working in a circle They have to be torqued in three steps. If you dont under stand something about this repost and I can help you farther. If this is helpful please mark that it was I do this for free to help people DRIVE SAFE TIM
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Are you aware that besides the torque, the cylider head bolts MUST be torqued in a specific sequence. The Ft/lbs of torque and the sequence are only available in the cars service manual or something similar like Chiltons repair manual. You can browse a copy of the Chiltons at a local library or bookstore and write down the ft/lbs and sequence. I've done it myself to save a few bucks
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
4 cylinder? 10 bolts? This is generic. Starting in the center, top first then bottom, move over one position left or right top then make an "X" to the opposite side bottom. Then up and "x" back to bottom. One more "x" pattern for four remaning outside bolts. Final torque around 60 ft/lbs (generally)
Curious, how are you doing this without a repair manual? Tisk tisk.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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