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We are looking for the torque wrench settings for a 2010 proton gen2 car, with a 4 cylinder s4ph engine

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1ST 11LB/FT
2ND 22LB/FT
3RD 33LB/FT
4TH 44LB/FT (FINISHED) THIS IS THE TORQUE PROCEDURE FOR HEAD BOLTS

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SOURCE: Hi I'm looking for cylinder head torque settings for a 1992 BMW 316/318 e36

BMW cylinder torque setting all models

According to my service manual as follows.

Cyl head to engine block (torx e12 M10 bolts)

Stage 1 30nm (22 ft – lb)
Stage 2 + 90 degrees
Stage 3 + 90 degrees

Cyl head to lower timing chain cover 10nm (89in – lb)

The tightening sequence is from inside to outside crossover as normal. Loosening sequence is from outside to inside crossover. Remember to set torque wrench at low setting and work gradually up through the whole sequence until you get the desired torque.

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SOURCE: torque setting cylinder head bolt 4 cylinder KIA sportage

I need the torque settings and pattern for a Kia Sportage 2.2

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SOURCE: I need the torque settings

cylinder head bolts:

step one: 22 Ft-lbs.
step two: tighten additional 90 degrees
step three: tighten additional 90 degrees

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Hi I'm looking for cylinder head torque settings for a 1992 BMW 316/318 e36


BMW cylinder torque setting all models

According to my service manual as follows.

Cyl head to engine block (torx e12 M10 bolts)

Stage 1 30nm (22 ft – lb)
Stage 2 + 90 degrees
Stage 3 + 90 degrees

Cyl head to lower timing chain cover 10nm (89in – lb)

The tightening sequence is from inside to outside crossover as normal. Loosening sequence is from outside to inside crossover. Remember to set torque wrench at low setting and work gradually up through the whole sequence until you get the desired torque.

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