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Needed ! cylinder head bolt torque specifications

Hi i have dodge challenger 6.4 engine 2011 i need the cylinder head bolt torque specifications for big bolts i know that its 40ftlbs and 90 degrees but is it twice or one 90 degrees
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Hi i have dodge challenger 6.4 engine 2011 i need the cylinder head bolt torque specifications for big bolts i know that its 40ftlbs and 90 degrees but is it twice or one 90 degrees
After you torque to 40ft-lb then get a breaker bar and turn 90 degrees, once. The manual says turn an additional 90 degrees but what they mean is to turn the wrench 90 degrees after you torqued the bolts to 40ft-lb.


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Hi i have dodge challenger 6.4 engine 2011 i need the cylinder head bolt torque specifications for big bolts i know that its 40ftlbs and 90 degrees but is it twice or one 90 degrees
After you torque to 40ft-lb then get a breaker bar and turn 90 degrees, once. The manual says turn an additional 90 degrees but what they mean is to turn the wrench 90 degrees after you torqued the bolts to 40ft-lb.
What about the cam bolt
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Here is the torque list from Chiltons.

You can access Chilton's online manuals here:
https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...access-666787/
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