Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the torque is a 4 step process
1 torque all bolts to 22 ft/lbs
2 torque all bolts to 45 ft/lbs
3 recheck all bolts to 45 ft/lbs
4 torque bolts 1 thru 10 to 110 ft/lbs
bolt 11 to 100 ft/lbs
bolts 12 thru 14 to 110 ft/lbs
bolt #1 is the fourth bolt from the front on the passenger side....#2 is the fourth bolt on the drivers side then you continue in a clockwise order
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Here is a picture of the torque procedure.
Bolt #11 threads must be coated with loctite 592 sealant before installation
Tighten all bolts in order to 22 Ft/Lbs.
Tighten all bolts in order to 45 Ft/Lbs
ReTighten all bolts in order to 45 Ft/Lbs
Tighten bolts 1-10 in order to 110 Ft/Lbs
Tighten bolt 11 to 100 Ft/Lbs
Tighten bolts 12-14 to 110 Ft/Lbs
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
SOURCE: How much torque you use
Go to autozone .com you will have to register and then you can access the do-it -yourself repair info and you will find a detailed instructions on cylinder head R&R.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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