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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Im needing the torgue settings
I did forget to tell you to ensure that you turn the connecting rod bolts a further 90 degrees after the first setting.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
As this is a diesel then the settings are higher than a petrol engine Now according to my alldata book its 60nm slacken 90? then 20 nm which i find confusing ,now back to basics here if a cast iron head with a turbo then 120lbs ,usual start in the middle and work alternatly outwards ,firstly with a rachet tighten down a bit which will give about 40lbs then the bar and slight grunt this will give about 80/90lbs then the torque wrench to the setting ,by pulling it down in three stages this will ensure the head is pulled down equally without damaging the gasket ,seen this before so i always do it in three stages .Unless you have a the big multi socket air powered factory tool like on the assembly line
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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