Long story. Changed the timing belt at 180k. 5K later on the new belt breaks and the engine bends a valve. After some compression experimentation I found the bent valve top top the rear bank. Dismantled last weekend, and have to be collecting parts all week. All the new gaskets have actually arrived, and also I'm around to gain a instead of head from a regional junk yard. The plan is to reassemble this weekend

The difficulty is that ns can't seem to uncover the torque specs for every the ingredient I had to take it off. Any type of help/documentation would be really wonderful!

Specifically, I'm spring for:

Head bolts - 29, 51, 72

Valve cover - 104 inch/lbs

Exhaust manifold (the 4 nuts/studs there) - 23?

Intake manifold (upper and also lower) - 16

Thermostat real estate - 8.7

Timing tensioner - 8.7

Timing belt idler - 33

Serpentine belt tensioner - 54

Crank Bolt - 47 + 60 degrees

Passenger side engine mountain - 33

Edit: resolved some non-sense.

Edit. Added new values.




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That helps. Ns think it's based on bolt diameter and also material type. 16 probably works for all 8mm bolts.


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thanks therefore much!


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