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Here is the procedure you requested. This will come in several posts. I will let you know when I'm done.
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Cylinder Head Bolts (1) Stage 1 - 22 ftlbs (30) NmStage 2 - 45 ftlbs (61) NmStage 3 - 110 ftlbs (149)Nm Exhaust Manifold Bolts (2) Bolts No. 1-5 & No. 8-11 24ftlbs (33)Nm Bolts No. 6 & 7 23 ftlbs (31)Nm
cylinder head bold 11 gets tightened to 100 foot pounds. DON"T FORGET THAT!!!
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Do I remove the cylinder head in the same sequence in the figure above? And do I loosen each bolt a little at a time
Sorry for the delay. Remove the cylinder head bolts in reverse order of the photo above. It is always best to loosen them a little at a time. Thanks.
Sometimes the best way is to use a long extension with a wobble adapter or try accessing them from the bottom. They are no fun.
no cold air blowing out when ac is on but low pressure