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What should the torque settings be on a K3/K4 and should the headbolts be used again or replaced

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Have changed cylinder head gasket and need the torque settings for the zd30 nissan engine


try this head torgue link.. that wont highlight

http://www.cylinderheadsaustralia.com.au/torque-settings

the ZD30 is listed half way down the list
and picture of tension sequence

HEAD BOLT TIGHTENING SEQUENCE.
• STEP ONE: 102Nm
• STEP TWO: Loosen All Bolts.
• STEP THREE: 44Nm
• STEP FOUR: +90*
• STEP FIVE: +90*
• IMPORTANT: ALL BOLT THREADS, BOLTHEADS AND WASHERS MUST BE LIGHTLY OILED.
• USING AN OLD HEADBOLT WITH GROOVE CUT DOWN THREAD, CLEAN THE BLOCK HEADBOLT THREADS.




why are these torque setting and sequence
numbers no longer on the VRS head gasket packaging

Oct 28, 2016 | Nissan Cars & Trucks

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Cylinder head torque settings


Thread Head bolt torque and sequence
Read the threads, but it states:
According to my manual the removal and the replacement sequence are different. Removal (looking from the cam sprockets )
headbolt 1-3-9-5-7 are on the left and 2-4-10-9-8 are on the right. Remove in that progression.
Instillation 9-5-1-3-7 are on the left and 10-6-2-4-8 are on the right tighten in that order.
Tighten to 25Nm or 18 ft/lb. and retighten the cyl hd blt 70 deg plus 70 deg plus 50 deg using the angular torque guage KM-470-B.
Hope this helps. Might help to make a sketch and label the 5 headbolts on each side.

Sep 03, 2014 | 2005 Chevrolet Aveo

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Headbolt tension


Hi Belinda, I am not sure what you are asking for when you say headbolt. If you mean cylinder bolt, jug bolt or head bolt then
approximately 125 inch pounds.. not foot pounds!!!

This image I found for a Poulan chainsaw site, Poulan makes most of Craftsman saws. If you match the size you should find your torque setting.

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Torque for head for a 2.5 for an 1985 Buick Skylark


Loosen Headbolts in this order:

1 5 4
3 6 2

Tighten Headbolts in this order:

3 1 6
5 2 4

Following the tightening order, torque Head Bolts as following:

1. Torque All to 22 Ft Lbs
2. Torque all to 51 Ft Lbs
3. Loosen all 180 degrees
4. Loosen all 180 degrees
5. Torque Center Two bolts to 25 Ft Lbs
6. Torque Outer 4 bolts to 11 Ft Lbs
7. Tighten all bolts 90 degrees
8. Tighten all bolts 90 degrees again

Make sure you tighten all of them down the first 90* and then go back and tighten them another 90*. Also make sure you put some lube between the bolt and the washer, and put some sealant on the bolt threads. Use GM Thread Sealant.

Jan 14, 2011 | 1985 Buick Skylark

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What is the headbolt torque for a 2005 chevy aveo


If the torque is the same as the 04 then it is as follows -don't see why it would be different
Tighten to 30lbs,
then turn 60 degrees further,
then turn 60 degrees further again,
then 60 degrees one last time
and finally 40 degrees to finish
Total turn is 220 degrees in four adjustments past the original 30lb set point.
Be sure to use NEW head bolts !

Apr 29, 2010 | 2004 Chevrolet Aveo

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Hi im a mechanic... I have a 2000 Deville with a northstar. Radiator, waterpump, thermostat, are all changed and good. There are no external leaks. I heard the Northstar motors have problems with there...


What happens is the head gaskets shrink causing the headbolts to loose torgue, and the headbolts are of one time use, whenever you do a headgasket job you will need to replace all the headbolts with new ones. and when ever you remove a cylinder head on any engine you should always chase the bolt holes with the proper tap, then blow out the holes with compressed air, this will help to insure a more accurate torque setting on the new headbolts...

Oct 01, 2009 | 2001 Cadillac DeVille

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Torque settings


You have to use new headbolts because they are torque to yield bolts. You start in the middle and criss cross out to the ends with an initial torque of 33 ft-lbs. Then you criss cross out out again with an additional 90 degrees on each bolt, then you do it again from the middle another 90 degrees to make a total of 180 degress past the initial 33ft-lbs.

Apr 13, 2009 | 1992 Toyota 4Runner

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Replacing head


There should be 10 headbolts. This vehicle uses torque to yield headbolts and should be replaced with the new gasket. Bolts 1-8 get torqued to 40 ft lbs initially, bolts 9 and 10 get torqued to 30 ft lbs initially, Then all bolts get turned an additional 90 degrees. I would strongly suggest borrowing a torque angle gauge for doing this or you might be doing the same repair next week.

Feb 12, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Malibu

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What are the torque settings on chevrolet 2000 4.8L headbolts?


Assuming its a smallblock and they have not changed values, for just about forever they have been 65. I'd check a manual or even a dealer... even though they don't give out much info, they will likely tell you that even on phone!

Jan 02, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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