Just got the head redone in my daughter's '99 Eclipse rs 2.0. Can someone tell me the torque sequence or tell me where to find out?

Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 09:45 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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101,465

I don't know how much torque the Mitsu head takes. The sequence starts at the center and goes outward in a spiral. Go almost tight for the first pass and come around full torque on the second pass.

28,675

yes as tenspeed stated like this.

28,675

its says on the first pass tighten to 15 ft/lbs. Then an additional 90 degrees, then another 90 degrees.

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Dsmtalk.com or dsmtuners.com

115,155

Be sure to use new head bolts on reassembly.

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