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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
Step 1 - 24 ft.lbs
Step 2 - 45 ft.lbs
Step 3 - 65 ft.lbs
Apply sealant to head bolt threads.
Step 1 - 27 inch lbs
Step 2 - 106 inch lbs
Step 3 - 133 inch lbs
Step 1 - 44 inch lbs
Step 2 - 88 inch lbs
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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