Doesnt specify if these are torque to yield, I recommend replacing them either way. This is the specs on torqueCylinder Head Bolts-LongFirst pass 63 Nm (46 ft lb) Second pass 90 Cylinder Head Bolts-ShortFirst pass 58 Nm (43 ft lb) Second pass 90


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Also, torque from the center outwards. Start with the middle, and work your way torwards both ends evenly.

I recently asked for the torque ratio and sequence for the cylinder head bolts on a 1997 chevrolet cavalier 4 cylinder 2.2 liter engine. I did recieve the info but is that the sequence if I am standing right in front of the car looking at the head. I don"t want to do it upside down if you know what I mean. Thank You!
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I need the torque ration on the 10 cylinder head bolts on the vehicle specified above will you please help. Thank You!
Tighten bolt 1 to 63 Nm (46 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 2 to58 Nm (43 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 3 to 58 Nm (43 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 4 to 63 Nm (46 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 5 to63 Nm (46 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 6 to58 Nm (43 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 7 to58 Nm (43 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 8 to 63 Nm (46 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 9 to63 Nm (46 ft. lbs.) . Tighten bolt 10 (stud bolt) to 58 Nm (43 ft. lbs.) . Use a torque angle meter and tighten all the cylinder head bolts an additional 90 in sequence

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Hello!Apparently the 95 2.2 L aluminum engine head was poorly designed causing a more often than not coolant leak; usually from the driver side, front corner of the head. Over the year that I have owned it; the head gasket has leaked from the driver side, front corner of the head, about a teaspoon per day. Research would tell anyone to not buy this vehicle-but since I received it as a gift I don"t mind putting some money into it. The vehicle has 50,000 Km, and still smells new inside. Today though I noticed something new, while revving the motor a little there are what looks like air bubbles coming from the leak, along with the usual few drops of coolant. I plan to change the head gasget myself, but until I do, would tightening the one external corner head bolt or all five external head bolts 1 mm (or to the specified torque?) Help in stopping the leak? I am weary of this, for many obvious reasons. I sicerely thank you for any responses.Roy