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valve cover torque/torque sequence for '94 civic 1.5L?

Discussion in '5th Generation Honda Civic (1992-1995)' started by H-man, Feb 20, 2012.



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  1. H-man

    H-man New Member

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    I want to replace the valve cover gasket and spark plug tube seals on my '94 civic dx 1.5L. Does anyone here by chance have the service manual page for that? It sounds like a fairly simple job, but I'd like to make sure I'm using the right torque and torque sequence when I put the cover back on. I'd really appreciate any advice on this job.
     
  2. RonJ

    RonJ Banned

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    I couldn't find a prescribed sequence. Just stepwise torque them to 7-lb-ft.
     
  3. MistahJuice

    MistahJuice 100% real juice Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    Yeah I dont think it matters that much, I take mine off all the time and you dont even have to use a torque wrench, just snug em up good and go from the inside out if you want to do some sort of sequence.
     
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    Jose1027 New Member Registered VIP

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    ^^ this

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