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Neon 2.0l Cylinder Head Bolt Torque


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#1 bill4253

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Posted May 3, 2006 at 01:43 pm

I have seen two different torque specs for Neon heads. One says tighten center bolts to 25 ftlbs, the corner bolts to 20 ftlbs, then the center bolts to 50 ftlbs, corner bolts to 35 ft lbs, then all 1/4 turn. The other says torque all to 25 ftlbs, then all to 50 ftlbs (twice) and then 1/4 turn. Which is correct?

#2 juma1998

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Posted May 4, 2006 at 12:34 am

I have seen two different torque specs for Neon heads. One says tighten center bolts to 25 ftlbs, the corner bolts to 20 ftlbs, then the center bolts to 50 ftlbs, corner bolts to 35 ft lbs, then all 1/4 turn. The other says torque all to 25 ftlbs, then all to 50 ftlbs (twice) and then 1/4 turn. Which is correct?


Id imagine these are Torque To Yield bolts. Ive dealt with them on my 2.5l. Make sure u look this up and have the BOLT sequences EXACTLY RIGHT. I know the 2.5s sequence was not as simple as moving inward out... Much more goofey...


What year is it?

#3 bill4253

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Posted May 4, 2006 at 05:30 am

It's a 95.

#4 juma1998

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Posted May 4, 2006 at 09:58 am

It's a 95.



Check Autozone.com they have all the repair info and specs.


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