Question about 2004 Honda Civic
You will not find torque settings for the cylinder head bolts. the setting to get the correct tension will start at 30ft/lb and then becomes an angle of turn of the head stud. So what you will be looking for will be something like start at 30ft/lb the turn 90 degrees then another 90 degrees and then 30 degrees .( these are not the figures just an example of what you will be reading as a head tension setting) you will need and angle gauge ( around $30.00 from a good auto parts store ) to do the job
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
wow. a lot of bad information on this site. Refer to a manual for the proper torque sequence. The civic I believe is a two step torque procedure. First 22 ft lbs, than 53 ft lbs.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Step 1: 18 lb.-ft.
Step 2: additional 60 degrees.
Step 3: additional 60 degrees.
Step 4: additional 60 degrees.
Step 5: additional 10 degrees.
Each step involves starting at the center two bolts of the head and alternately tightening in a criss-cross pattern, ending with the bolts on the outer edge of the head.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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