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Head gasket Torque sequence
36 pounds then to 49 pounds then an additional 90 degrees. You should get new head bolts though because this style of bolt can stretch causing the head gasket to leak. See tightening pattern
Torque setting Toyota Land-cruiser 80 Series 4.5 1995-98
Engine code: 1FZ-FE, 1HD.
Stage 1: 20 Nm (Start tightening bolts from center to outwards)
Stage 2: 39 Nm
Stage 3: Rotate each bolt by 90 Degrees.
Stage 4: Further rotate each bolt by 90 Degrees
Toyota 2c ...
USE NEW BOLTS...
You're driving a diesel single cylinder head engine. Engine head torque has to be done in specific order and stages if not can warp head or break bolts. Suggest you get torque sequence and torque specs from your Toyota dealer, they can give you correct answer. Don't trust answers on here, if you choose wrong specs. could end up messing up head.
Flywheel - Use a Sealer on bolt, Manual Transmission 88nm/65 ft lb... Auto Transmission 74nm/55 ft lb
Hi Manuel, There are a number of different engines used in the Corolla, knowing which would be a great help. The engines used in the 1993 are of the 'A' series and 'E' series. The torque for the A series is 29 nm + 90 degrees. When removing the head begin loosening from the outer bolts. When the head is off have it inspected for warpage and skimmed if it is required. Tightening any cylinder head always begins at the middle or centre and works outwards. As my friend has said, the camshaft caps are tightened to 9 nm and the inlet manifold goes to 24 nm, and the exhaust is 27 nm. The tappet cover I think is 29 nm. The tappet cover is tightened on the A series with nuts onto the plug tubes. Regards John
2lt overhead cam with them horrible tappet adjusters,cast iron head but valves dont hit the head if the timing belt breaks ,but it does on the 1600 .called a pinto in america .Remember the assembly line well ,have many a fond memory of working on it and the staff canteen on night shift ,what lovely grub we got.Head bolt torque is about 80lbs because i used to pull them down to check them after the machine had tightened them up