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Apply a light coat of engine oil on the threads and
under the heads of the cylinder head bolts.
- Install the plate washer to each cylinder head
- Using Torque wrench, install and uniformly tighten the ten
cylinder head bolts in several passes. Torque: 60 N-m (610 kgf-cm, 44 ft-lbf)
Page 64 of online document should have your information.
The torque order illustrations are at the end of the this online .PDF document. Find your specific vehicle on page 64 and locate the specified torque order diagram number that it shows. Then head to the diagram illustration they posted at the end of the document.
Tighten the cylinder head bolts. Tighten the cylinder head bolts is sequence to 29 Nm (3.0 kgf-m, 22 ft. lbs.). Use a beam-type torque wrench. When using a preset type torque wrench, be sure to tighten slowly and do not overtighten. If a bolt makes any noise while you are torquing it, loosen the bolt and retighten it. Make sure the threads are clean, new heads bolts are best.
I am certain there are torque specifications but I don't know what they are. You might be able to get them from the manufacturer. Lacking that, determine what the bolt strength (usually indicated by marks on the bolt head) and with the bolt strength and size you can determine what the appropriate torque would be for that size bolt. Too little torque and the head will leak. Too much and you will strip out the threads or twist off the bolt head. A 13mm head is nominally a 1/2", which is not a very large bolt head thus the bolt shank is not going to be particularly large, probably somewhere in the 7 to 9 mm range. Check online for torque specs. If you can't identify the specific bolt strength I would assume it is the lowest normal value for that size bolt. There shouldn't be any particular reason for using high-strength bolts in this type of application.
If you are repairing the engine to this level, a bottom or top rebuild, you should already have a chiltons. If not, what are you doing?! These specifications along with many necessary others should be in your repair manual unless you are just gathering this information for fun. Sorry about the lecture, but if you don't have torque specs for this, what else do you not have. Not only do you need the torque specs but each head bold needs to be torqued in a certain sequence as well. Head bolts are torqued in specific order gradually bringing the cast iron head to specification over three torque sessions.
Step: 1 - Torque to 25 ft/lbs Steps: 2 - Torque to 50
ft/lbs Steps: 3 - Torque to 50 ft/lbs Steps: 4 - Turn 90 degreesRecheck
final torque in sequence
Caution:Engine uses torque to yield head bolts
(TTY) that permanently stretch during initial installation. New head bolts
must be used when cylinder headis replaced or re installed to obtain
proper torque specification.
Head bolts, 105-112 Foot pounds (Final torque) Final torque must be reached in 3 equal steps. Recheck final torque in sequence.
Main Bearing Caps, Torque in sequence Step 1: torque to 50 Ft/Lbs Step 2: torque to 105 Ft/Lbs Rod Bearing Caps, 45 Foot pounds (Final torque)