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Les Brock

200 Tdi Head Bolts ???

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Starting to put the engine back together,

now we hit a problem

Haynes.....

200Tdi- 40nNm 60+60 Degs

300Tdi 40Nm 60+60+20 degs (on the last all except the M10 bolts)

Label with the New head bolts....

40nNm 60+60 Degs (only lists the 300Tdi although the bolt lenths are the same)

Pic from Western from manual

40nNm 60+60 Degs

Now when I put it on last time whereever I got the info from said to eatra 20 Degs :unsure:

So.......

does anyone have the difinative, correct, most likely, not going to be wrong, sure as sure can be, absolutly no doubt whatsoever answer ?????? :huh:

for my 200TDi

ASAP please, I'm waiting to tighten it down.... :P

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Les,

From genuine manual:-

Lubricate bolts with light oil and torque to 40NM. Then 60 degree on all bolts, then 60 degrees.

I take it you've got the correct tightening sequence!

Cheers

Jon

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Thanks guys,

40Nm 60 + 60 it is then, Yep got the right sequence

Here we go again hopefully for a bit longer this time :blink:

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If it's any help mine got the 40nm then 60 deg then 60 deg treatment.

Good Luck Les-age.

Be great to see you at Tony's under your own (cloud of) steam!

Si

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the info from said to eatra 20 Degs
for 300Tdi only on the 10 x M12 bolts :D
Pic from Western from manual ---  40nNm 60+60 Degs

That'll be this page then :D

headbolts200Tdi.jpg

Edited by western

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