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Torque headbolts 2.4litre

I would like too know the order/ and recomended torque for the head bolt's

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Go to the dealer or by the book or internet give u the answer

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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

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Cylinder head torque settings


Thread Head bolt torque and sequence
Read the threads, but it states:
According to my manual the removal and the replacement sequence are different. Removal (looking from the cam sprockets )
headbolt 1-3-9-5-7 are on the left and 2-4-10-9-8 are on the right. Remove in that progression.
Instillation 9-5-1-3-7 are on the left and 10-6-2-4-8 are on the right tighten in that order.
Tighten to 25Nm or 18 ft/lb. and retighten the cyl hd blt 70 deg plus 70 deg plus 50 deg using the angular torque guage KM-470-B.
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Torque for head for a 2.5 for an 1985 Buick Skylark


Loosen Headbolts in this order:

1 5 4
3 6 2

Tighten Headbolts in this order:

3 1 6
5 2 4

Following the tightening order, torque Head Bolts as following:

1. Torque All to 22 Ft Lbs
2. Torque all to 51 Ft Lbs
3. Loosen all 180 degrees
4. Loosen all 180 degrees
5. Torque Center Two bolts to 25 Ft Lbs
6. Torque Outer 4 bolts to 11 Ft Lbs
7. Tighten all bolts 90 degrees
8. Tighten all bolts 90 degrees again

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New Headbolts are recommended

Long bolts are torqued to 46'lbs + 90 degrees.

Short bolts are torqued 43'lbs + 90 degrees.

Start in the center, and work to the edges, torquing the bolts in two stages.

Rockers are torqued to 22'lbs.

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