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Someone knows the cylinder head bolt torque specifications for the Toyota V8 5.7L??? Have been searching for this with no luck...:confused:
 

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Here's the information you're looking for. I also attached the loosen and tighten sequence. Hope this helps.
Those docs only contain links that don't work :confused:
 

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Someone knows the cylinder head bolt torque specifications for the Toyota V8 5.7L??? Have been searching for this with no luck...:confused:
WOAH whatcha doin??
 

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I guess I should have asked before finding the answer! Don't mess with it if it ain't broke! It's not that cut and dry by the looks of the diagrams.
 

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See attached files. :D
 

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a little port and polish??
 

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please help with the sequence and torque for the cylinder head bolt on a tundra 5.7L 2011...

Not trying to be a dick but did you not read post 2? What you are looking for is right there is it not?
 

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i did read the information, but i am getting different information from another sources and does not correspond to this one here, so im confused, just looking for the accurate information for the 2011,maybe this year was built different????, im not a mechanic, but ill love to get it done right in order to avoid future issues...
 

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Ah, now I understand. I'm no mechanic either but I do work for Toyota and those sheets posted look like the same ones we can bring up at work that are used for torque reference. I would tend to believe these ones look legit. Did the other torque specs you got look similar or are they way different numbers?
 

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Just for reference:

The 2007, 2010, and 2016 FSM's all say to tighten to 27 ft/lb then tighten each bolt another 90 degrees.
 

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please help, just wondering if i can replace the piston rings just with the cylinder heads out??, or should i have to dismantle anything else in the short block, i am an amateur at this but i am very intrepid and curious i guess... thank you in advance...
 

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The short answer is that there is a lot more involved than that!
 
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