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The head bolt torque specs for a 97 kia sportage 2.2 dohc and the exhaust cam position as it has an e and an s as me id line up the e but others say line up the s so in5eresting to me as to y........

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Camshaft & Crankshaft Timing Marks On
1995-97 Kia 2.0L VIN 1 Engines

The AERA Technical Department offers the following information regarding camshaft and crankshaft timing for 1995-97 Kia 2.0L VIN 1 engines. The camshaft sprocket/pulley for this engine has four markings that may be considered for cam/crank timing. Only one of those markings is correct.

This cam sprocket Part # 0K97212425 has multiple markings to allow use in more than one engine. The correct marking for this engine is the #2 as shown in Figure 1 below.
If the sprocket was removed from the camshaft for correct installation note the 12? o?clock positioning of the cam dowel pin. To secure the sprocket on the cam, hold the cam in position with the use of a nut driver and tighten the lock bolt to 42 ft/lbs (56 Nm) as shown in Figures 2 & 3 below.


Cylinder head bolt should be 62 lb-ft

Accelerator cable bolt
60 lb·in(7N·m)
A/C bracket bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
A/C compressor mounting bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
A/C tensioner bracket bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
A/C idler pulley lock nut
24 lb·ft(32N·m)
Air hose mounting bolt
60 lb·in(7N·m)
Air intake housing bolt
38-56 lb·in(4-6N·m)
Bypass pipe bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Camshaft cap bolt
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Camshaft pulley lock bolt
42 lb·ft(56N·m)
Clutch (M/T)/comverter (A/T) housing bolt
0.55inch(14mm)
80 lb·ft(108N·m)
0.39inch(10mm)
28 lb·ft(38N·m)
0.24inch(6mm)
60 lb·in(7N·m)
Connecting rod nut
50 lb·ft(67N·m)
Cooling fan assembly bolt
27 lb·ft(37N·m)
Cooling fan nut
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Cooling fan shroud bolt
72 lb·in(8N·m)
Crankshaft damper pulley bolt
11 lb·ft(15N·m)
Cylinder head bolt
62 lb·ft(84N·m)
Cylinder head cover bolt
60 lb·in(7N·m)
Dynamic chamber bolt/nut
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Dynamic chamber support bracket bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Engine-to-body ground wire bolt.
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Engine bracket bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Engine hanger bolt
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Engine mount nut
28 lb·ft(38N·m)
Engine support bolt
28 lb·ft(38N·m)
Exhaust bracket bolt
20 lb·ft(27N·m)
Exhaust flange lock nut
24 lb·ft(31N·m)
Exhaust manifold nut
31 lb·ft(42N·m)
Exhaust manifold heat shield bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Exhaust protector nut
35 lb·in(4N·m)
Fresh air duct bolt
84 lb·in(10N·m)
Front Alxle housing mounting bolt
48 lb·ft(65N·m)
Generator bracket bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Generator mounting bolt(bottom)
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Generator mounting bolt(top)
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Generator strap bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Gusset plate bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Ignition coil mounting bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Intake manifold bolt/nut
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
Intake manifold support bracket bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Main bearing cap bolt
63 lb·ft(85N·m)
Oil cooler adapter bolt
84 lb·in(10N·m)
Oil cooler nut
26 lb·ft(34N·m)
Oil gauge tube bolt
60 lb·in(7N·m)
Oil pump bolt
0.32inch(8mm)
16 lb·ft(22N·m)
0.39inch(10mm)
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
Oil strainer mounting bolt
84 lb·in(9N·m)
Camshaft position sensor bolt
84 lb·in(10N·m)
P/S bracket bolt
32 lb·ft(45N·m)
P/S mountiong bolt
30 lb·ft(42N·m)
P/s pump lock bolt
30 lb·ft(42N·m)
Radiator mounting bolt
72 lb·in(8N·m)
Rear cover bolt
84 lb·in(10N·m)
Separator plate bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Stiffener plate mounting bolt
84 lb·in(9N·m)
Spark plug
11-17 lb·ft(15-23N·m)
Sparter bolt
34 lb·ft(46N·m)
Timing belt cover bolt
84 lb·in(10N·m)
Timing belt pulley lock bolt
120 lb·ft(162N·m)
Timing belt tensioner lock bolt
33 lb·ft(45N·m)
Transmission undercover bolt
84 lb·in(9N·m)
Undercover mounting bolt
72 lb·in(8N·m)
Water inlet pipe bolt
18 lb·ft(25N·m)
Water pump bolt
18 lb·ft(22N·m)

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hi bob
head torque on the 2.0 DOHC is 64 ft lbs , done in two -three steps , also there is a sequence for proper order . here is a very good description with graphics .

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