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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
7.3 ft.lbs Go from middle, to back right, to back left, to front right, to front left. if your standing in fron of your header. 11 or over usually shears the bolt.(if you have stock bolts)
Make sure you dap some rtv on the sharper 4 corners of the gasket where the cam seals are.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
8mm bolts are 16 ft-lb, 6mm bolts are 9 ft-lb. Tighten them a couple turns at a time. A service manual will have a diagram for proper tightening sequence.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
SOURCE: torque specs needed
on a 1999 Honda Accord, the torque for the front axle nut is 181 ft lbs. For the most part, sung it up and then go a bit further. If you are reusing the old axle nut, tighten it until the stake mark on the nut lines up with the notch in the axle (make sure to re-stake it). check out alldata.com/diy for individual vehicle subscriptions which have all the repair info you will ever need. If you had the steering knuckle out, tighten the balljoint nuts on the upper and lower control arms until they are tight and then tighten until the hole lines up to recieve the cotter pin.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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