Does 2nd POV require present perfect?
Next you put six bolts in the six holes and finger tighten the nuts.
After you put six bolts in the six holes, finger tighten the bolts.
You are correct that instruction manuals are often written in 2POV.
They are usually written with "imperative statements", i.e. commands. Imperative statements are inherently in the second person and the word "you" is rarely used.
They also do not have the tenses with exist for "declarative statements", i.e. present, past, or future; perfect or not; continuous or not; active or passive.
Your example would possibly be written as:
Put the six bolts in the six holes.
Screw nuts onto the six bolts and tighten with your fingers.
In novels that are genuinely written in 2POV, the author uses second-person declarative statements, with a full range of tenses, to describe what the MC did, is doing, or will do, etc. It simply does not sound natural. While it is possible to write some stories in 2POV, those could always be written in 1POV instead.
I would view 2POV tags used here as if they were pictures of a dunce's hat: either the label is wrong (most would be), or the author did not choose the best POV for their particular story.