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Connecting rod torque for landrover lr3

V8 engine

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Stage 2 +90 degrees
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Cylinder head bolt's torque.

Engine with Suffix B, Cylinder head will have 10 bolt's.
Ft.lbs (N.m)
Step 1 - 15 ( 20 )
Step 2 - Additional 90 deg.
Step 3 - Additional 90 deg.

Engine without Suffix B, Cylinder haed will have 14 bolt's.
Ft.lbs (N.m)
Outer Row 44 (60)
Center Row 66 (90)
Inner Row 66 (90)


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SOURCE: 2005 landrover lr3 radio won't

try a hard reset by disconnecting the vehicle battery for a minute or two then reconect there is no need for a radio code on lr3 if this doesnt work ask your local dealer to plug the car in to there diagnostic equipment and update the radio software

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Check the hood switch, if you see the bonnet open message on the infomation centre, once again hood switch will do this. inexpensive fix as long as you tell the dealer what to do, otherwise nice diagnostic charge.

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I would like the cylinder head torque setting for my landrover dicovery2 v8


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Cylinder head bolt's torque.

Engine with Suffix B, Cylinder head will have 10 bolt's.
Ft.lbs (N.m)
Step 1 - 15 ( 20 )
Step 2 - Additional 90 deg.
Step 3 - Additional 90 deg.

Engine without Suffix B, Cylinder haed will have 14 bolt's.
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