Question about 1994 Nissan Altima
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Remember, NEVER reuse head bolts or you can't achieve the correct torque measurements with a torque wrench. They are not supposed to be reused! Always use a new gasket and head bolts. Also referred to as studs. A digital torque wrench is easiest to use. Follow the tightening sequence in the Haynes manual for your car to the letter.
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