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Hi Anonymous, and your question is, could you be more specific? Thank you.

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Torque specs and sequence of head bolts 2004 chevy silverado 2500hd with 6.0


Go to autozone.com and become a member of their web-site. It is FREE. You can then access repair info for your vehicle. There are repair manuals that show pictures and everything. I will look for your torque specs and picture.
  • Clean the cylinder head bolts, apply sealer to the threads, and hand-tighten.
  • Tighten the cylinder head bolts:
    1. M11 cylinder head bolts first pass in sequence to 30 Nm (22 ft. lbs.).
    2. M11 cylinder head bolts second pass in sequence + 90 degrees.
    3. M11 cylinder head bolts (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) + 90 degrees
    4. M11 cylinder head bolts (9 and 10) + 50 degrees
    5. M8 cylinder head bolts (11,12,13,14,15) to 30 Nm (22 ft. lbs.). Begin with the center bolt (11) and alternating side-to-side, work outward tightening all of the bolts.
      NOTE The cylinder head gasket displacement can be verified by markings visible on the underside of the right gasket locating tab. Some 4.8/5.3L head gaskets may have 53 stamped onto the locating tab. Some 6.0L head gaskets may have 60 stamped onto the locating tab.
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    Aug 28, 2014 | 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD

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    Need head bolt torque specs for a 1996 saturn sl


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    Originally Posted by norvelplagbao52

    1993 saturn sl2 1.9 dohc cylinder head torque
    specs and sequence
    Cylinder head bolt
    tightening procedure:
    CYLINDER HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE:

    INTAKE
    SIDE
    8 4 1 5 9

    7 3 2 6 10
    EXHAUST SIDE

    In sequence,
    torque the cylinder head bolts. Torque: 30 Nm (22 ft-lbs).
    In sequence,
    torque all bolts. Torque: 50 Nm (37 ft-lbs)
    In sequence, turn each bolt an
    additional 90 degrees.





    Originally Posted by norvelplagbao52

    1993 saturn sl2 1.9 dohc cylinder head torque
    specs and sequence
    Cylinder head bolt
    tightening procedure:
    CYLINDER HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE:

    INTAKE
    SIDE
    8 4 1 5 9

    7 3 2 6 10
    EXHAUST SIDE

    In sequence,
    torque the cylinder head bolts. Torque: 30 Nm (22 ft-lbs).
    In sequence,
    torque all bolts. Torque: 50 Nm (37 ft-lbs)
    In sequence, turn each bolt an
    additional 90 degrees.

    Sep 19, 2013 | 1996 Saturn SL

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    I need head bolt torque specs for a 2000 cadillac deville dts..


    DeVille, Eldorado, Seville 1999-2005

    Cylinder Head

    Print


    Removal & Installation

    Left Side

    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
    2. Drain the cooling system.
    3. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
    4. Remove or disconnect the following:

      Negative battery cable Exhaust manifold Alternator Water crossover Intake manifold Valve cover Timing cover Secondary camshaft drive chain Power steering return hose retaining bolt from the cylinder head 3 M6 external drive bolts from the front portion of the cylinder head 10 M11 internal drive cylinder head bolts Cylinder head and gasket.
    5. Clean the head mating surfaces.

    To install:

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    Fig. Left cylinder head bolt torque sequence-4.6L engine

    1. Install the cylinder head with a new gasket. Lubricate the bolts with engine oil prior to installation.
    2. Torque the M11 bolts in sequence as follows:
      1. Step 1: 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm), plus an additional 70 degrees
      2. Step 2: Turn an additional 60 degrees
      3. Step 3: Turn an additional 60 degrees (total 190 degrees)

    3. Torque the M6 bolts to 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm)
    4. Install or connect the following:

      Power steering return hose retaining bolt to the cylinder head and tighten to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) Secondary camshaft drive chain Timing cover Valve cover Intake manifold Water crossover Exhaust manifold Negative battery cable
    5. Change the oil and filter.
    6. Fill the cooling system.

    Right Side
    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
    2. Drain the cooling system.
    3. Properly relieve the fuel system pressure.
    4. Remove or disconnect the following:

      Negative battery cable Exhaust manifold Water crossover Intake manifold Valve cover Timing cover Secondary camshaft drive chain Electrical connector from the Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor Nut attaching the coil cassette ground wire to the cylinder head Bolt attaching the exhaust crossover pipe to the cylinder head Bolt attaching the right transaxle mount bracket to the cylinder head Bolt attaching the rear transaxle brace to the transaxle Nuts attaching the rear transaxle brace to the cylinder head Rear transaxle brace 3 M6 external drive bolts from the front portion of the cylinder head 10 M11 internal drive cylinder head bolts Cylinder head and gasket
    5. Clean the head mating surfaces.

    To install:

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    Fig. Right cylinder head bolt torque sequence- 4.6L engine

    1. Install the cylinder head with a new gasket. Lubricate the bolts with engine oil prior to installation.
    2. Torque the M11 bolts in sequence as follows:
      1. Step 1: 30 ft. lbs. (40 Nm), plus an additional 70 degrees.
      2. Step 2: Turn an additional 60 degrees.
      3. Step 3: Turn an additional 60 degrees (total 190 degrees).

    3. Torque the M6 bolts to 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
    4. Install or connect the following:

      Rear transaxle brace over the studs located at the rear of the right cylinder head Nuts attaching the rear transaxle brace to the cylinder head, loosely Bolts attaching the rear transaxle braces to the transaxle and tighten to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) Nuts attaching the rear transaxle brace to the cylinder head and tighten 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) Electrical connector to the ECT sensor Bolt attaching the exhaust crossover pipe to the cylinder head and tighten to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm) Nut attaching the coil cassette ground wire to the cylinder head and tighten to 13 ft. lbs. (17 Nm) Secondary camshaft drive chain Timing cover Valve cover Intake manifold Water crossover Exhaust manifold Negative battery cable
    5. Change the oil and filter.
    6. Fill the cooling system.

    Apr 16, 2013 | 2000 Cadillac DeVille DTS

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    Engine oil going to radiator is a cylinder head problem.
    Either
    1. Cylinder head gasket burnt
    2. Cylinder head bolts not tight enough
    3. Cylinder head cracked
    4 Cylinder head warped.

    Remove cyliner head and pressure test it for cracks. If cracked replace unless someone near you can repair effectively. If not then skim and you might as well do a complete cylinder head service ie valves, stem seals etc. Put back head with new gasket and torque correctly and be surprised with the results.

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    Want to know the amount of torque pressure do i use when tightening the head bolts, and whats the sequence?


    To install:

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    Fig. Cylinder head bolt torque sequence-3.8L engine

    1. Install the new cylinder head gasket with the arrow pointing to the front of the engine.
    2. Install the cylinder head.
    3. Install NEW cylinder head bolts. Torque the bolts in sequence, as follows:
      1. Step 1: 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
      2. Step 2: Plus 120 degree turn.
    To install:

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    Fig. Tighten the cylinder head bolts using the following sequence-31L and 3.4L engines

    1. Install the cylinder head with a new gasket.
    2. Apply thread sealer to the head bolts.
    3. Tighten the cylinder head bolts to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) plus an additional 90 degree turn.

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    Whats the bolt pattern for my 1995 ford escort head?


    1.8 liter..NOTE: Lubricate the cylinder head bolts using the specified engine oil.

    Install the cylinder head bolts. Tighten the cylinder head bolts in 2 or 3 steps in the sequence shown to 76-81 Nm (56-60 lb-ft).

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    Apply a light coating of engine oil to the threads of the new cylinder head bolts. Install the new cylinder head bolts to the cylinder head. Following the sequence shown below, tighten the cylinder head bolts to 40-60 Nm (30-44 lb-ft). Loosen all cylinder head bolts approximately two turns, then retighten the cylinder head bolts to 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) following the sequence shown. After tightening, turn all bolts 90 degrees, in the same sequence. Complete bolt tightening by turning them an additional 90 degrees, in the same sequence. 398246b.gif

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    Torque specification on a 2003 alero cylinder heads 3.4 liter


    3.4L Engine To Remove:
    1. Remove the lower intake manifold.
    2. Remove the exhaust crossover pipe.
    3. If removing the right cylinder head, remove the catalytic converter from exhaust manifold.
    4. If removing the left cylinder head, remove the engine oil dipstick and tube.
    5. Remove the rocker arms and pushrods.
    6. Remove and discard the cylinder head bolts.
    7. Remove the cylinder head.
    8. Clean the mating surfaces on the following items:
      • Cylinder head
      • Cylinder block
      • Intake manifold
    9. Clean the cylinder block bolt threads.
    NOTE: During disassembly, keep the valve train components together for proper location during assembly.
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    NOTE: Coat the cylinder head bolt threads using thread sealer.
    1. If removed, install the following components:
      • Exhaust manifold
      • Accessory studs
      • Spark plugs
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    3. Install the cylinder head. Cylinder head torque sequence ’99-‘00 gmpc_v6_14.gif

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    4. Install the new cylinder head bolts.
      • Tighten the cylinder head bolts a first pass to 44 ft lb (60 Nm).
    5. Tighten the cylinder head bolts in sequence an additional 95 degrees.
    6. Install the intake gasket.
    7. Install the pushrods and rocker arms.
    8. Raise and support the vehicle.
    9. Install the catalytic converter and dipstick tube and indicator if removed.
    10. Lower the vehicle.
    11. Install the exhaust crossover pipe.
    12. Install the intake manifolds.
    13. Connect negative battery cable.
    14. Fill the cooling system.

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    I need to find the torque specs for the connecting piston rod? also the sequence and torque for the cylinder head bolts this is for a kia rio 2004 6cyl


    22 - 24 ft. lbs. for the rod caps and....
    110795143Cylinder Head Tightening Torque and Sequence.

    Tighten cylinder head bolts in order shown.
    Tightening torque: 36.1 ft. lbs. (49 Nm, 5 kg-m)

    Loosen bolts in reverse of order shown.

    Retighten cylinder head bolts in order shown.
    Tightening torque: 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm, 2.5 kg-m)

    Mark cylinder head bolts for rotational reference.
    Rotate cylinder head bolts 90°(1/4 Turn) in order shown.

    CAUTION:
    • Do not reuse the old cylinder head bolts.

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    Cylinder head bolt torque chevrolet 3.4


    here is the troque spec for the cylinder heads.

    Cylinder Head Bolt
    • First Pass
    60 N·m
    44 lb ft
    • Final Pass
    95 degrees
    Cylinder Head Bolt
    • First Pass
    60 N·m
    44 lb ft
    • Final Pass
    95 degrees


    Cylinder Head Bolt
    • First Pass
    60 N·m
    44 lb ft
    • Final Pass
    95 degrees
    first pass 44 ftlbs
    second pass 95 degrees

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    The cylinder head is a crucial part of all combustion engines, and cylinder head cracking can result in catastrophic damage to the engine. In some cases, cylinder head cracking may result in such severe injury to the engine that it must be replaced. As a result, most motorists try to prevent cylinder head cracking, as an ounce of prevention in this case is worth many pounds of cure. The causes of cylinder head cracking are all relatively simple and easy to prevent, except in the case of mechanical parts failure through no fault of the operator. The cylinder head, used in combination with a head gasket, seals the cylinders of the car, along with other parts associated with them. The cylinder head is customized for the vehicle, and has very precisely milled surfaces to provide a smooth and flush fit with all connecting parts. In the case of a minor crack, the cylinders may lose compression and misfire. Major cracks can cause severe damage to the cylinders of the engine. For this reason, when replacing either the cylinder head or the head gasket, make sure that you are using the correct parts, including bolts, for the job. Even a brand new car can experience cylinder head cracking if parts have been installed incorrectly or if there are weaknesses in the metal. Especially in the case of a vehicle which is still under warranty, drivers should contest the cylinder head cracking with the dealer. Be certain to inspect any vehicle before you purchase to check for weak spots in the metal or incorrectly installed components. This includes the cylinder head gasket, because improper installation of this vital part can cause cylinder head cracking. Cylinder head cracking has become more common as car manufacturers use mixed metals in their engines. Many vehicles, for example, have a solid cast iron engine block but an aluminum cylinder head. These two metals expand at different rates, and this can lead to cylinder head cracking. The most common cause of cylinder head cracking is overheating. When a vehicle overheats, it puts stress on all of its metal components, including the cylinder head, which is often at the center of the heat. This can cause the head gasket to fail, which may lead to cylinder head cracking as the components warp and pressure begins to leak. All drivers should properly maintain their vehicles to prevent overheating. Many drivers mistakenly pour cool water into the radiator when their vehicles overheat, in an attempt to bring the temperature down. This is not a good idea, because the rapid temperature change will cause cylinder head cracking due to thermal stress. In a case where the cylinder head survives overheating, the driver may inadvertently destroy it by trying to do good. To prevent overheating, make sure that your radiator is filled and in good condition, with a tightly sealed cap. Check to be certain that your engine thermostat is in good working order, and accurately reflecting the temperature. Make sure that you have no leaky belts or stretched hoses, and that the fan is working effectively. If your car does overheat, stop, turn off the engine, and allow it to cool completely before adding water. Cylinder head cracking can also be caused by localized hot spots in the engine, which usually represent a failure in some portion of the cooling system. Always make sure that hot spots are addressed, particularly if your head gasket has failed and required replacement recently. Hot spots are often caused by uneven expansion of engine parts, leaky hoses, and pre-ignition in the cylinders of the engine. If your car has overheated, check the cylinder head and gasket for signs of cracking or warping. If the cylinder head has warped even slightly out a flush state, it will cause cylinder head cracking. In this case, the head gasket may need to be replaced and the cylinder head should be ground even again before it cracks. Thanks for using FiXya - a FiXya rating is appreciated!

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