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Old 05-17-2004, 01:39 PM   #1
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How much lbs of torgue do i need when
putting my valve cover back on?

Its for a 92 hatch engine if it matters.
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most people just go to hand tight and no further, i'm not sure how many foot pounds that equals though.
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about 10 lb ft should be ok. they should really be tightened in sequence too. they should bottom out, so just be sure not to over-tighten them. if you really want an exact number, find out from a shop manual.
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84 inch pounds.
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The exact number is 7, I think. But hand tight is good, just don't crank it.
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yeah just hand tighten...
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hand tightening is ok, but if you want to tighen them in sequence, do it as shown...

___3___________2

5________1________4

do it in 2 to 3 steps, and the final step make sure they are all tight, or torqued, if you are torquing them.

here is the sequence for the b16, just for the hell of it...

7___________________5
____3__________1
____4__________2
8___________________6

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