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I need to kow the torque specs for the head bolts on a 1986 pontiac fiero 2.5l TBI

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Hello! Here are a couple of images that will give you the torque specs - as well as the very important torque sequence.

i need to kow the torque specs for the head bolts - 6d0687b.gif

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