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Replacement of cylinder head gasket freelander 1800 petrol

When replacing cylinder head gasket on a freelander 1800 petrol do the head retaining bolts also need renewing.On certain cars i know you have to change them because of stretch when fitting,and do you know what torque setting are and what tightening sequence do you have to use thanks.The year or manufacture is 2000

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    need torquesettings and sequence for cylinder head with old bolts

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DEFINITELY NEW BOLTS.
1ST STAGE 20 NM
2ND STAGE 180 DEGREES
3RD STAGE 180 DEGREES.....JOB DONE.

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My advice would be to replace them. This is also stated by the manufacturer.
Look how long they are, and keep in mind what would happen if one broke. It may not break when being installed, but down the road? I stated this to also help ease the 'sting', when you go to buy these bolts! Kind of an 'Ouch'!

Posted on May 17, 2009

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    joecoolvette May 18, 2009

    I would like to thank you for the rating! I would also like to apologize, for not giving a complete answer. You also asked for the head bolt torque sequence, and torque values.

    To make up for this, I would like to offer the following, in the chance it may help you to obtain the information you need.

    1.Should you buy the head bolts at a Land Rover dealership, at their parts department, ask them for this information. Perhaps for a nominal amount, they might be happy to print out a copy for you.

    2.Consult your local library reference section. Sometimes, libraries are an excellent source, to glean information on vehicles. They may have auto repair manuals.

    3.May I suggest, considering joining a Land Rover online club? I have seen many, and I know one of the members would be too happy, to share this information with you.


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Fig. Left cylinder head bolt torque sequence-4.6L engine

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Fig. Right cylinder head bolt torque sequence- 4.6L engine

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Fig. 7: Location of the cylinder head retaining bolt holes





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Fig. 13: Cylinder head bolt torque sequence for 2.2L engines

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  3. Position cylinder heads onto cylinder block .
  4. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Always use new cylinder head bolts to ensure a leak-tight assembly. Torque retention with used bolts can vary, which may result in coolant or compression leakage at the cylinder head mating surface area.
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  6. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Do not loosen all of the bolts at the same time, only work on one bolt at a time or possible damage to engine or leakage may occur.
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      • Go to next bolt in sequence.
    1. Short bolts:
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      • Go to next bolt in sequence.


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