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Can i reuse the head bolts of a corsa 1.0L z10xep?

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Torque specs for opel corsa 1.4 comfort utility 2005 model


Assume you are needing the cylinder head torque specs?

The head bolts are angular torqued and best practice is to fit new bolts and ensure all the female threads are thoroughly cleaned. I recommend greasing the bolt threads and washer faces.

The initial torque (following a spiral pattern) is 25 NM followed by angular movements of (degrees) 90 + 90 + 90 + 45
I generally start the engine and thoroughly warm up and allow it to cool before the final 45.

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Do I need to replace head bolts on my 2003 Saturn l200


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Hi Moz, Make sure to use replacement bolts or if reusing, make sure none have stretched. The torque settings for the "A" series engine is 27 NM. After tightening to that torque, paint a dot of white paint onto each bolt head facing directly forward. Further torque settings use angle settings. Continue tightening a further 90 degrees. When all bolt have been tightened a further 90 degrees, continue an additional 90 degrees, (180 degrees) until painted dots on each bolt head face backwards. No re-torquing is required. Regards John

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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.

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Need cylinder head torque spec 2001 cavalier 2.4 liter engine please


Cylinder head torque Step 1 Bolts 1-8 40 lb ft. Bolts 9-10 30 lb ft Step 2 Tighten all bolts an additional 90 degrees. Note this info cam from Mitchel These bolts are torque to yield meaning they must be replaced after torquing once. In other words the are single use bolts. DO NOT reuse them! Hope this helps graphic.aspx?mod=reptiff&module_id=1&session_id=%7bf60ecbde-04a2-499e-8ff0-09a0e5893ba7%7d&image_guid=94g32934&print_bw=0&

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I blew the head gasket on my 2002 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 L OHV. I am needing to know the torque specs so that I can have the gasket replaced tomorrow! A picture would be wonderful! Uncle is going to fix it but...


When torquing items today very little is done with just "numbers" in the process. Now you have to have an angle meter to complete the process so when you see me say to torque a specific number "plus so many degrees", this is how it's done. This is the meter:df03f54.gif Now, Here are the specs for installing the head:
Cylinder Head Bolt
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30 N·m
22 lb ft
  • Final Pass
155 degrees


Here is the sequence shown in picture form:
e8f4606.gif Also, you will need to discard the old bolts because they are "torque to yeild" bolts and CANNOT be reused. The reason: "Torque to yeild" bolts actually stretch during the torque process and once they've gone through this process they can't be reused because they no longer are able to "clamp" the head because they are too long. Hope this helps your repair project.








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