- Oct 16, 2019
Thanks. That was my guess. But apparently dealer just keep a look and no torque check !!!!
Can anyone post a copy of the paper version?I'm certain you received this info from me in one of my emails I sent out with manuals. But here it is again.
All of the bolts need to be torqued. The numbers are the order of which you do them. It's confusing because their are two numbers on some of them. Like 1/7. This means you are going to torque it twice. The first time and the seventh time. So on that bolt you torque it to 22ft lbs (30Nm) then the seventh time to 44 ft lbs (60Nm),. Hope this makes sense.
Torque One to Six to 30Nm. Torque Seven to Twelve to 60Nm, then torque thirteen to fifteen to 30Nm
If you get the WEB version of the service manual, the torque specs are wrong. Only the paper version is correct. Above are the correct values.
If I were rebuilding the engine and replacing the head I would cover the bolt threads with a light coating.With regards to the "How" , Do you remove the fastener completely, coat in lube and torque as recommended?
Only asking as I've never used this before
Gotcha ,Thanks !If I were rebuilding the engine and replacing the head I would cover the bolt threads with a light coating.
But if just re-torquing the head, I wouldn't bother.
The fastener lube is designed to eliminate friction between the bolt threads so that the correct tension can be reached in the threads to achieve an accurate final torque.
I have a downloaded version. It saysDo you have the workshop manual?