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Need torque spec's for 1999 Grand Am 2.4L motor valve pan gaskets bolts? thanks

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    I am replacing the valve pan gaskets and need to know if I need to torque the bolts when I put it back together? And if so at what torque?

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I need know the torque head Pontiac Grand am se 1999. Machine 2.4

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SOURCE: Head bolt torque specs for 1992 Pontiac 3.1 ltr

the last time i did the same job the gasket kit had the specs inside the box. the parts store should have a book/reference manual

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SOURCE: need the head bolt torque specs for a 1999 grand

There is a service bulletin on this. They have changed the spec, The new spec is 44ft lbs. Then an additional 95 degrees. Start from the center and work you way out

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