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Sequence for holden head bolt removal
Sorry I am not familiar with the model but it is considered best practice on all engines to slacken the bolts at the outer edges of the cylinder head first and work inwards either in a diagonally opposite pattern or in a spiral pattern.
The spiral pattern is best suited to engines with two parallel rows of bolts and the diagonal pattern should be used with all other types.
A few engines have an extra head bolt or two that is a smaller diameter and these should be loosened before the others.
It is best practice, especially when the cylinder head being removed is aluminium, to ensure the engine is cold (at least 6 hours since last being run) before loosening the head bolts.
Some engines have wet liners and the cylinder head of these engines must be removed with great care ensuring the liners are not lifted. Do not rotate the crankshaft of a wet liner engine until suitable liner clamps have been fitted. Displacing or moving a liner is likely to damage the base seal and require the engine to be completely dismantled.
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