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What are the torque specs for head bolts on a 1995 ford taurus 3.0 engine

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YOU HAVE TO MAKE 2 PASS. ON FIRST PASS TORQUE HEAD BOLTS TO 37 TO 50 FT LBS. ON SECOND PASS TORQUE 62 - 68 FT LBS.

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SOURCE: 1995 ford Taurus torque sequence and torque for

start in middle and work outwards alternatly ,85lbs will suffice

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SOURCE: TORQUED HEAD BOLTS TO 60LBS

inch pounds for startersget manual procedure is 6 6 step two step tighten lossen tighten long an short then loose n one at a time an retorque..need proceedure in front of you dealer or part store may copy or print off for you...

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