Ford 3.0L vulcan head bolts

Are the 3.0L head bolts in a 3.0L ford vulcan torque to yield like they are in a duratec?
If they are, how do you do this with a regular torque wrench tool with no angle meter on it?
Bob
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Hi,
Try this. Doesn't indicate if its Vulcan or Duratec, just says 3.0 for the Taurus. http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId 00c152800b815c
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wrote:

Yup.
http://www.toolsource.com/stinger-torque-angle-gauge-p-93323.html
twelve bucks...
Once you're to the angle steps, it's not necessary to use your torque wrench, a breaker bar or ratchet is sufficient, saves wear and tear on your torque wrench.
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