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Hi I ned to know about head bolt torque nissan sentra 1997

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Hi.im a mechanic from the philippines.the torque of all your cylinder head for your nissan sentra 1997 is 60 nm.apply 30 nm of torque first on all the cylinderhead bolts then torque it agian directly to 60 nm. i also drive and repair nissan cars.

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