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Old 01-16-2014, 11:34 AM
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226h head torque sequence

I found that the head bolts are torqued to 65-70 bout can't find anything on sequences. Hopefully you all can help thanks
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It's on page 25 of the Shop Manual.

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Thank you thats a big help. I will be trying to find a shop manual for sale.
Was there a 25, than 50 and third time 65 like common heads go for new vehicles? Pretty much ending at 65-70 on the third sequence?
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Thank you thats a big help. I will be trying to find a shop manual for sale.
Was there a 25, than 50 and third time 65 like common heads go for new vehicles? Pretty much ending at 65-70 on the third sequence?
It just says to tighten them to 65-70 foot pounds in that sequence.
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Here's one source for the book:


Or just Google the title

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I'll be orderIng book. Hey I have a copper head gasket read some where it needs to be sprayed with special spray is that true?
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