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Toyata hic 5L totquce specification. Need to tight cylinder head. Pls help

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-How about look it in its repair manual.

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SOURCE: CYLINDER HEAD REMOVAL FOR MB E320 1995

no-just make sure you remove the pin that secures the inner guide rail. The banana rail isn't secured on the head. If the inner guide rail breaks then you will have to remove the bottom front cover to replace it so be careful.

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SOURCE: need to know torque specifications for intake

Heads
Step 1 - 24 ft.lbs
Step 2 - 45 ft.lbs
Step 3 - 65 ft.lbs
Apply sealant to head bolt threads.

Lower intake
Step 1 - 27 inch lbs
Step 2 - 106 inch lbs
Step 3 - 133 inch lbs

Upper intake
Step 1 - 44 inch lbs
Step 2 - 88 inch lbs

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SOURCE: Replacing the cylinder head on

Here's what the shop manual states:

30 Nm (300 kg.cm, 22 lb.ft)+90°+Release all bolts + 30 Nm(300kg.cm, 22 lb.ft)+90° In this instance you don't have a 'Torque to Spec"... you have a "torque to YIELD' In this specification, initially torque the head bolts to 22 lb ft... then turn each and additional 90°, then loosen each and REDO to the same specification = 22 lb.ft)+90° (you're actually crushing the head gasket TWICE and stretching the head bolts TWICE.

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I need the torque spec for the cylinder valve cover 2004 toyota sienna?


20. INSTALL CYLINDER HEAD COVER SUB-ASSY
(a) Apply seal packing to the cylinder head as shown in the
illustration.
Seal packing: Part No. 08826-00080 or equivalent
NOTICE:
 Remove any oil from the contact surface.
 Install the cylinder head cover within 3 minutes after
applying seal packing.
 Do not start the engine within 2 hours after installing.
(b) Install the cylinder head cover with the 9 bolts. Tighten the
bolt uniformly in several steps.
Torque: 8.0 Nm (80 kgf cm, 71 in.lbf)
(c) Install the engine wire harness with the 3 nuts.
Torque: 8.4 Nm (85 kgf cm, 74 in.lbf)
21. INSTALL CYLINDER HEAD COVER SUB-ASSY LH
(a) Apply seal packing to the cylinder head as shown in the
illustration.
Seal packing: Part No. 08826-00080 or equivalent
NOTICE:
 Remove any oil from the contact surface.
 Install the cylinder head cover within 3 minutes after
applying seal packing.
 Do not start the engine within 2 hours after installing.
(b) Install the cylinder head cover with the 9 bolts. Tighten the
bolt uniformly in several steps.
Torque: 8.0 Nm (80 kgf cm, 71 in.lbf)
(c) Using an E6 torx) socket wrench, install the engine wire
harness protector with the 2 bolts.
Torque: 8.4 Nm (85 kgf cm, 74 in.lbf)

This is year/make/model specific to the 2nd Gen Sienna. Taken from the 05 Toyota Sienna repair manual. Hope this answers your torque specs for the valve covers which uses 10 mm bolts. If in doubt, as Scotty Kilmer asserts, do a "German tight".

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Hi, I would like know the torque spec for 5L engine cylinder head.


What make and model are we talking here? Need more info on the motor to give you the right specs for the engine you are working on.

Oct 18, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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What is the cylinder head tighten torque


Have a look on this link. You may be able to find your car:

SPECIFICATION LOOKUPS

Cylinder head bolts are usually tightened to around 65 ft-lbs, depending on what the car is.

There's more than 4 cylinder head bolts... There's usually 10 bolts.
There's also a sequence for tightening the bolts:

cylinder head tightening order Google Search

When tightening cylinder head bolts do it in 'stages' and follow the sequence .. ie.. tighten the bolts finger tight first, then torque them up to about 25 ft-lbs. Wait 2 minutes.

Then tighten them to about 45 ft-lbs in sequence. Wait 2 minutes.

Do it again up to about 55 ft-lbs. Wait 2 minutes.

Tighten them up to 65 ft-lbs or whatever is recommended for your car.

Tightening in order/sequence pulls the cylinder head evenly onto the block. Waiting 2 minutes between stages allows a 'stretched' bolt to 'settle'.

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What is the head bolt torque spec


Engines are designed with removable cylinder heads, so valve train and cylinder malfunctions can be separated, giving the owner a chance at making repairs instead of replacing the entire engine. When people get themselves involved in pulling a cylinder head off of an engine you know the automobile they're working on is experiencing serious problems.

Unfortunately one of the most sensitive operations is the reassembly process. In particular the head bolt tightening pattern and torque specifications. These must be adhered to or repeat repairs will likely be needed. This article reviews common head bolt tightening patterns, procedures and tips to increase the chances of success.
Cylinder Head Operation A cylinder head sits on top of the engine block forming a combustion chamber where the air fuel mixture is compressed and then burned. This component also contains intake and exhaust ports allowing the cylinder to take in fresh air and fuel then expel the burnt exhaust gases. The most extreme heat and pressure in an engine exists in this area and is sealed by a head gasket.

Compression of the gasket is distributed evenly by the strategic placement of the head bolts. How tight each bolt should be is known as a torque specification and measured with a torque wrench to assure accuracy. The order in which the bolts are tightened to that specification is known as a tightening pattern. Performing these two procedures correctly is vital to the longevity of the repairs.
Head Bolt Torque Principles Before we get into head bolt tightening patterns and procedures let's talk about the uniqueness of the bolt itself. These heavy-duty fasteners use elasticity principles in their design. The bolt is designed to be stretched to a certain point. It's this spring like property that provides the clamping force and holding power when the fastener is threaded into tapped holes on the cylinder block side. The more the bolt is stretched the tighter it becomes.

An important note about specialized head bolts is some are designed to only be stretched one time. When this is the case a service manual will indicate new bolts are required for reassembly. These instructions are also supplied to the factory auto parts department that sells the gaskets. The second thing to be mindful of is that a bolt can be stretched too far when it's taken past its tightening specification. These fasteners can take on a bottle neck shape where the threaded portion looks thicker than the rest of the bolt. These damaged retainers must be replaced.

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4bc1 engine torque settings, al settings requirred please in ft/lbs , ie , cylinder head , main bearings , con rods , valve clearances , etc


This is a really long list and will be difficult to satisfy, but there is help. You can go to your local parts store and purchase a Haynes manual, it contains all the specifications and steps for rebuilding a vehicle of your choice, they are accurate and helpful. with a lot of illustrations and written out steps for any and all procedures.

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Im replacing the head gasket what is the tourq and sequence for instillation


A torque specification is how tight you must make the bolt by using a torque wrench which measures the tightness you apply to the bolt, ensure you are using new head bolts, a reliable torque wrench, clean the threads of the cylinder head (with tap) where head bolts screw into and when installing bolts ensure they are properly lubricated. And the sequence is the order in which you tighten each bolt.

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CYLINDER HEAD REMOVAL FOR MB E320 1995 . do i need to take out the timing chain guard before takign out the cylinder head i need help pls thank you


no-just make sure you remove the pin that secures the inner guide rail. The banana rail isn't secured on the head. If the inner guide rail breaks then you will have to remove the bottom front cover to replace it so be careful.

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