Question about 1996 Saturn SW
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Removing it isn't too hard, replacing it is another story. Drain antifreeze. The top radiator hose will need to be taken loose. Air intake from front of car to filter.The fuel lines...You just need to pinch the plastic clips with a pair of needle nose pliers while you pull on the lines.The timing chain will need to come off,make sure the marks are at top dead center, bottom and top sprocket. You will need to take off the EGR valve, The vacuum lines on top of the throttle body. Vacuum line under Air intake. Throttle cable, manifold exhaust, 02 sensor, A/C compressor if you have one, just lay it aside...doesn't need to be discharged. Power steering pump need to take the bolts out of it by turning the sprocket so you can get a deep dwell socket in it...about 3 or 4 bolts there. The tension pulley needs to be taken off, of course after the belt is taken off. A few other things that are obvious by looking. Most importantly, have the head tested before putting on new gasket. The bolts should all be replace on the head since they are torque to yield. The torque procedure is 25lbs, all then 35lbs. all then turn the wrench on all of the bolts from 12 o'clock to 3 o'clock which equals 90 degrees. That will give you the torque to yield...
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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Fig.: Cylinder head bolt torque sequence-2.2L engine
Apply a coating of 1052080 or equivalent sealer to the cylinder head bolt threads. Install the cylinder head bolts (within 15 minutes of sealer application), then tighten them in the proper sequence first to a torque of 46 ft. lbs. (63 Nm) for long bolts or to 43 ft. lbs. (58 Nm) for short bolts and then tighten all bolts an additional 90 degree turn using a torque angle meter.
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