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I need the cylinder head torque settings for the 1.9 tdi turbo engine on my 2002 jetta

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4 steps, starting from center and doing the normal pattern. 30 ft lbs, then 44 ft lbs.

3rd step 1/4 turn

4th step addional 1/4 turn. Make sure you are using new bolts.

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