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In that year the Jetta came with 3 different size engines
All of the specs on the head bolts are the same.
44 ft lbs
Hope this helps

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SOURCE: 1974 VW BUG HEAD TORQUE VALUES

If I remember correctly, head bolts are set at 26foot pounds, rockers at16foot pounds Always seemed low to me and was likely the reason that i've seen several with the heads falling off the block. If this is not an air cooled engine, disregard those numbers. If air cooled no sealant is necessary. Doing this from memory so I could be wrong.So, double check this info before using it.

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