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leeandstaz

Fiesta zetec 1.25 Tourqe settings help.

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Hi,

I have a fiesta Zetec 1.25 1999 (T reg) And the head gasket has gone, I have sent the head off for skimming ect, Head bolts, new head gasket set at the ready And i have the tourqe wrench and the degree disc at the ready

Just one thing thats holding me up! :angry:

Would someone one here have the cylinder head tourqe settings and the sequence in which it should be tightend?

Also the tourqe settings and sequence for the cam caps would also help me. ;)

Many thanks in advance Guys.

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Hi,

I have a fiesta Zetec 1.25 1999 (T reg) And the head gasket has gone, I have sent the head off for skimming ect, Head bolts, new head gasket set at the ready And i have the tourqe wrench and the degree disc at the ready

Just one thing thats holding me up! :angry:

Would someone one here have the cylinder head tourqe settings and the sequence in which it should be tightend?

Also the tourqe settings and sequence for the cam caps would also help me. ;)

Many thanks in advance Guys.

the sequence is as follows...

8 - 6 - 1 - 3 - 9

10-4 - 2 - 5 - 7

STAGE 1: tighten to 15Nm

STAGE 2: tighten to 30Nm

STAGE 3: tighten 90 degrees

the camshaft carrier/capa are tightened to 15Nm.

hope this helps

stef

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the sequence is as follows...

8 - 6 - 1 - 3 - 9

10-4 - 2 - 5 - 7

STAGE 1: tighten to 15Nm

STAGE 2: tighten to 30Nm

STAGE 3: tighten 90 degrees

the camshaft carrier/capa are tightened to 15Nm.

hope this helps

stef

Does the cam caps need tightening in any specific order???

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Does the cam caps need tightening in any specific order???

autodata doesnt state if it does or not but i would probably start at the flywheel end and work towards the camshaft pulley.

i have a couple of haynes manuals kicking about so i will see if i can find out though

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autodata doesnt state if it does or not but i would probably start at the flywheel end and work towards the camshaft pulley.

Ok, Cheers.

Ill do that and do it incresements of 5 nm so there is no pressure point on the cam at any one time.

Cheers.

What about the torque settings for the cam bolts? Do they have that?

Cheers again.

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