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Im needing the torgue settings of the cylinder head bolts and big end bearings for a Nissan Navara 4.0 V6 Petrol engine..

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Hi mate,

I did forget to tell you to ensure that you turn the connecting rod bolts a further 90 degrees after the first setting.

Thanks

Jason

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