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Replacing heads. need tourqe specs

Vehicle jumped time at 60 miles an hour. went to replace timing belt and figured out that valves were bent,had to put new valves in and now i need the tourqe specs and sequence for the heads

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SOURCE: 2004 aveo timing belt broke, all valves bent

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SOURCE: Head tourqe specs for 403 olds and bolt tightening

Fig. : Cylinder head torque sequence, 260, 307, 350 403 Oldsmobile built engines

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On the V8, tighten the bolts, in the sequence illustrated, to 100 ft. lbs. When all bolts have been tightened to this figure, begin the tightening sequence again, and torque all bolts to 130 ft. lbs.

On V6's, tighten all head bolts in sequence to the following torques:
* All except bolts 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 and 14 - 100 ft. lbs.(19-135.5 Nm)
* Bolts 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, and 14 - 41 ft. lbs. (19-55.5 Nm)
* All bolts except 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, and 14 - 142 ft. lbs. (19-192.5 Nm)
* Bolts 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, and 14 - 59 ft. lbs. (19-80 Nm)

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SOURCE: just replaced my timing belt on my 96 ford ranger,

I hate to disagreed with anyone, but on a 2.3L, will not bent valve, no matter what speed the engine was turning, 3.0L and 4.0L both have timing chains, so you must have a 4 cylinder 2.3L, check this out make sure you align the camshaft and crankshaft, remove #1 cylinder, and turn crank till piston is all the way up, that will be TDC, hope this was very helpful.


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