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Toyota 2c ...
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You're driving a diesel single cylinder head engine. Engine head torque has to be done in specific order and stages if not can warp head or break bolts. Suggest you get torque sequence and torque specs from your Toyota dealer, they can give you correct answer. Don't trust answers on here, if you choose wrong specs. could end up messing up head.
Flywheel - Use a Sealer on bolt, Manual Transmission 88nm/65 ft lb... Auto Transmission 74nm/55 ft lb
Commonly Asked Torque Specs in foot pounds The main bolts have a torque of 76 lb.-feet and the cylinder head bolts have 62 lb.-feet of torque. The cylinder head studs have 70 foot-lbs of torque, the cam timing gear have lb.-feet of torque, and the cam bearing bolt has 14 lb.-feet of torque.
Crankshaft Torque Specs
The stock rod bolts have 46 lb.-feet of torque and the ARP rod bolts have 50 lb.-feet of torque. The crankshaft pulley has 116 lb.-feet of torque, while the flywheel has 80 lb.-feet of torque.
Other Torque Specs
The intake manifold and exhaust manifold have 33 lb.-feet of torque each and the oil pan bolts have 9 lb.-feet of torque. The cam timing gear has 58 lb.-feet of torque and the cam bearing bolt has 14 lb.-feet of torque. One set of timing cover bolts have 9 lb.-feet of torque and another set has 29 lb.-feet of torque
This should do the trick, torque to specs then additional 90 degrees turn on all bolts
the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement fasteners
must be the correct part number for that application. Fasteners
requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread locking
compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do not use
paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or fastener
joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener torque
and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the correct
tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners in
order to avoid damage to parts and systems.
Use the following sequence in order to tighten the cylinder head bolts: Tighten
Hello, here is the torque spec for front hub bearing
Strut to Steering Knuckle Bolt and Nut
133 lb ft
Tie Rod Retention Nut
37 lb ft
Wheel Bearing/Hub Mounting Bolt
96 lb ft
Wheel Drive Shaft Spindle Nut
157 lb ft
Hello vienotkelly: The correct Main bolt torque is 42 foot pounds. The connecting rods torque to 29 foot pounds. The torque sequence for the head bolts and the correct way to tighten the bolts are attached to this reply. Thak You for using FixYa. Roger