Question about 2005 Chrysler Pacifica
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From Experience trying to clean the threads up usually results in just stripping the stud the rest of the way. Depending on how the car is set up (i.e. rear disc or rear drum brakes) replaceing the lug studs is fairly straight forward. All you need to do is remove the tire, remove either the brake drum or disc, and determine if you have room for removal and reinsertion of a new stud. If not determine what has to be removed to give you that room. Then comes the fun part. Take about a 2-3lb. hammer and knock the old one out. Yes, they just knock out. Then to instal the new one just set it in the hub where the old one came out, place a few washers that will fit over the knurled part at the base on the stud and the new lug nut and tighten it down til the back side if flat against the hub. Then just reinstall previously removed parts and you are done.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
ok here we go tie rod=55 ft lbs axel nut= 180 ft lbs strut bolts= 65 ft lbs plus 90 degrees
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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If you are looking at the engine from the front and the large hose is at the bottom right the tightening sequence is from upper left to right 6237 bottom left to right 5148 just like I typed it torque is 250 inch pounds on lower intake and 105 inch pounds on the upper intake. So when you look at those numbers you tighten 12345678 in that order to 250 inch pounds in 3 increments then install the top intake.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Thanks for asking.... most people just use the German torque spec..... "Gut-n-Tight"
and then Re-Check torque after 50 miles!!!
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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