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I removed thehead need to know how much lbs to torque them at

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Check your local library to see if they have a repair manual for this vehicle. You need to torque the bolts in a specific sequence (pattern), as well as to the correct torque. If they don't have it, you need to buy or borrow one. If you tighten them incorrectly, you can damage the engine.
While the manual may not say this, I always tighten all of them in the sequence given, first to about one-third of the torque limit, then come back and tighten all to about two-thirds, then to the full torque.

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