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Give a 1/4 turn when snug

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Cylinder head bolt torque sequence-3.4L engine

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    Cylinder head bolt torque sequence-3.4L engine


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    Left side front cylinder head


    98e175a.gif
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    Notice: This engine has aluminum cylinder heads. Do not remove the spark plugs from a hot engine, allow it to cool first. Removing the spark plugs from a hot engine may cause spark plug thread damage or cylinder head damage.
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    DO NOT coat the spark plugs with anti seize compound. Over torquing could occur and damage to the cylinder head threads may result.

    If your going to use Platnum plugs, DO NOT GAP them. Just check the gap and if there not the right gap, ask for new one's with the right gap.

    The metal on the PLatnum plugs, are harder and my break apart in the cylinder .

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    Hi there;
    Torque for your spark plugs is 7-15 ft lbs. You want to make sure the engine is not hot when you change them or you may ruin the threads. I also recommend you put some anti-seeze (like zinc-cote or copper cote) on the threads of the plugs to ensure they don't seize in after a long period of time.

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