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There's two engine's, your car could have, 2.2L or 2.4L. so here's both, cylinder head torque for 2.4L engine.
Step # 1
Bolt's 1 - 8 40 Ft.Lbs
Bolt's 9 - 10 30 Ft.Lbs

Step # 2
All bolt's additional 90deg.

Hope this was very helpful.

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