Question about 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser
Need head bolt torque and cam shaft torque settings
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
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cylinder head bolt torque is a 2 step process.
First: Torque all of the bolts to 45 Nm (450 Kgf-cm or 33 ft lbs.)
Replace any head bolt that will not torque to the above specs.
Second: after all ten bolts are torqued to the above specs, the head bolts are then "Torqued to Distance"...
Starting at the center bolts, retorque all ten bolts an additional 90 degrees.
Hope this helps, the graciousness of a FixYa rating would be greatly appreciated.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: bolt torque specs
I have used Haynes service manuals for (hate to admit it) many decades and I recommend you check to see if this one:
doesn't cover your engine.
I have found darned few 'holes' in their coverage.
Auto parts stores carry these and I suspect that even though sealed, the sales people will not give you too hard of a time if you explain you want to insure you are getting what you need.
Haynes is not the same as it was 20 years ago before they were acquired by Chilton but the price/utility ratio is still pretty good.
Mostly I'm annoyed by the move to cheaper paper (newsprint)that is fussier, picks up dirt, tears more easily than the better paper of yore.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
dear friend:here follows the settings in need:
cylinder head-30-35 nm + 30-35 + 65deg + 65deg.
big ends- 1 - 26nm 2 - 52NM
cam-sprocket - 100-120
crank-pulley - 170-180
cam caps -15nm
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Replace it. Most switches are mounted to plastic snap clips than can be removed with a simple Flathead screwdriver.A $5 plastic pry tool set is the best, but a butter knife or two works wonders sometimes.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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