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Old 05-21-2008, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default 01 accord f23 head bolt torque specs

i need the torque specs/tightening sequence for a 2001 accord with the f23 engine.....i've searched here and google but none are of any help....i know to get a manual but im doing this job for my neighbor and its pointless to buy one since hes selling the car...i just need the specs for this one time deal...thnx
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Default Re: 01 accord f23 head bolt torque specs (Big M Built)

Torque them to 22lb. and then turn 90 degrees twice. If they are new bolts do a third 90 degree. You will start at the back center and work your way out, alternating side to side.
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