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What torgue settings are used on the head gasket

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Have changed cylinder head gasket and need the torque settings for the zd30 nissan engine


try this head torgue link.. that wont highlight

http://www.cylinderheadsaustralia.com.au/torque-settings

the ZD30 is listed half way down the list
and picture of tension sequence

HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE.
• STEP ONE: 102Nm
• STEP TWO: Loosen All Bolts.
• STEP THREE: 44Nm
• STEP FOUR: +90*
• STEP FIVE: +90*
• IMPORTANT: ALL BOLT THREADS, BOLTHEADS AND WASHERS MUST BE LIGHTLY OILED.
• USING AN OLD HEADBOLT WITH GROOVE CUT DOWN THREAD, CLEAN THE BLOCK HEADBOLT THREADS.




why are these torque setting and sequence
numbers no longer on the VRS head gasket packaging

Oct 28, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Can anyone help? i need torque settings for head gasket and settings for inlet tappets and exusht


Find complete torque specs here:
http://fme-cat.com/LiveDocs/99999.pdf
and don't forget that you MUST buy new head bolts since they are torque to yield and MUST OT be reused!!

I suspect that you at least need to check the valve lash but as long as your head gasket is not dramatically different than original (which it should not be because that would change your compression ratio) you should be close to okay (I would check it). Or if you had any machine work done to the head, in which case you certainly would need to adjust the valve lash.

Feb 03, 2015 | 2005 Ford Focus

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Cylinder head bolt torgue settings for sprinter 312D 1999


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

Nov 29, 2012 | Mercedes-Benz Cars & Trucks

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I have coolant coming to my egr valve after i did a head gasket replacement


This can occur if the head bolts were not torgued to specs. For details

I use and I'd recommend you register for free at www.autozone.com Once registered you'll have access to repair and shop manuals for virtually any car or truck. All the data and diagrams you need now or may need in the future will be a couple of mouse clicks away.

Jun 28, 2011 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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Torque specs for 3.9l engine cylinder head and crankshaft bolts.


Page 3-26 of Chilton's reads:
14. Using no sealer whatsoever, install the new head gasket(s) to the block. Clean, dry and lightly oil all head bolts threads. Install the heads and install the head bolts.

Tighten head bolts in sequence to 50 ft. lbs. (68Nm). Repeat the sequence retightening the bolts to a final torque of 105 ft. lbs. (143 Nm) and repeat the second step to ensure that all bolts are accurately torqued.

torgue chart from chilton (page 3-11) for your engine and year show:
main bearing bolts 85 ft lbs
rod bearing bolts 45 ft lbs
crankshaft damper bolts 135 ft lbs
flywheel bolts 55 lbs

Mar 27, 2011 | 1992 Dodge Dakota

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Do i use gasket sealent on an oil pan gasket for a delta LS 88 1997?


in a word yes.... if you are using the paste type paint the top and bottom of the gasket an torgue it it to specs. use a correct pattern as you tighten the bolts the same as you would for a tire. if you use the type from a tube just put an even bead around the gasket area of the pan then a bead on the gasket top and follow the specs for torgue again

Feb 28, 2011 | Oldsmobile Delta 88 Cars & Trucks

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Water leaking from engine head bolt, what would cause that to happen?


Some engines had head bolts that went thru water jackets, remove and put sealer on it then torgue back down. Does it overheat? If that doesn't fix needs head gasket.

Dec 15, 2010 | 1997 Pontiac Sunfire

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Hi im a mechanic... I have a 2000 Deville with a northstar. Radiator, waterpump, thermostat, are all changed and good. There are no external leaks. I heard the Northstar motors have problems with there...


What happens is the head gaskets shrink causing the headbolts to loose torgue, and the headbolts are of one time use, whenever you do a headgasket job you will need to replace all the headbolts with new ones. and when ever you remove a cylinder head on any engine you should always chase the bolt holes with the proper tap, then blow out the holes with compressed air, this will help to insure a more accurate torque setting on the new headbolts...

Oct 01, 2009 | 2001 Cadillac DeVille

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Torgue specs for head bolts


I would call autozone, in there computer when you ask to purchase a head gasket, they can tell you the order and torque for the head bolts. That is the quickest method to advise. I hope this helps

Aug 08, 2009 | 1999 Volvo S80

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Head bolts


I'm assuming you meant a 1.8L 4V, if so the torgue settings for the head bolts are
stage 1: 30 ft-lbs
stage 2: 44 ft-lbs
stage 3: Angle-tighten a further 90-degrees
stage 4: Angle-tighten a further 90-degrees

Also I recommend you buy new cylinder head bolts from the vdub dealer, they say you don't have to with a gas engine but only with diesel engines you should, from my past experience it felt like the old bolts were going to snap off to be safe buy new ones. If you have never done this before "stage1" this means each bolt gets this one time, then after you have done each bolt at this torgue then you do the bolts again (stage 2) with this torgue ect. Remmeber to always cris cross your bolting and work from one side to the other the same time for each stage. Vdubs 4-ever !

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