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I need torque specifications when replacing struts

I plan to replace both the front and rear struts and I'm looking for the torque specifications for all bolts involved.

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SOURCE: installation of front struts

Go to http://alldatadiy.com/ you will have to buy a 1 year subscription but they will have the info you need. Also, component locations, wiring diagrams, TSB's lots of great info. It is the entire service manual on line.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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SOURCE: torque specification

Any decent auto parts store should have that info.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 bolt torque front& rear springs lantra

Go to www.hmaservice.com and register( Vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, wiring diagrams, etc. about your vehicle.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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1.8L
Head bolts:
(M10) 30 Nm (300 kg.cm; 22 lb.ft) + (60°to 65°) + (60°to 65°)
(M12) 35 Nm (350 kg.cm; 26 lb.ft) + (60°to 65°) + (60°to 65°)

Camshaft:
Using two or three steps, tighten the bearing caps to 12-14 Nm (120-140 kg.cm, 9-10 ft. lbs.)

Posted on Sep 24, 2010

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SOURCE: Front Struts and rear shocks on Hyundai 2007

Have an alignment performed on your vehicle, they will inspect your suspension completely and advise you of any components that need to be replaced. There is no way to tell you without inspecting your vehicle personally

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Remove the top nuts that secure the strut assembly to the frame mount inside the engine compartment. Do not remove the center nut.
Mark the lower strut mounting location on the hub for installation reference. The alignment will be close if the new strut is installed in the same position.
Remove the bolts that hold the strut assembly to the hub.
Remove the strut assembly from the vehicle.
Mark the top mount for installation reference. Using a side mounted spring compressor, compress the spring and remove the top nut and retaining washer. Pull strut assembly out from the bottom of spring.
Slide the new strut assembly up into the spring and reposition the top mount onto the spring in the same position that it was removed. Install the retaining washer and top nut.
Tighten the top nut to the manufacturer's specifications and carefully remove the spring compressor.
Place the strut assembly back into the vehicle.

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How do i remove and replace the front right strut on a 1993 concorde? i have everything exposed but i am not sure hoe to remove and replace it. please help


Front struts can be relatively strait forward and easy or take the entire day depending on your luck and skill. If you want to do the job the easy way I would recommend purchasing the complete strut and spring assemble, service manual, torque wrench and use an impact wrench. If you do not have access to a compressor and impact wrench you may need a breaker bar. If you do not have one it will be a welcome addition to your tool box if you do your own work on your cars. If you did not purchase the complete strut and spring assembly you will need a spring compressor.
To get started open the hood and look directly above the strut where it attaches to the fender well. If you do not see the four nuts to remove the top of the strut you need to remove the protective dust cover to gain access to them. Turn the steering wheel to enable easier access to the nuts and bolts at the bottom of the strut. Jack up the front and place jack stands under the frame if available. Remove the front wheel and use blocks or a jack stand to support the wheel assembly so it will not drop when the strut is removed. Remove the four top nuts of the strut located under the hood. Remove the lower nuts from the strut by using the impact wrench or breaker bar. Once all bolts have been removed, make sure you can remove the strut assembly without tangling with the brake lines, or you may have to remove the brake calipers. Remove the blocks under the wheel assembly while and slowly lower it to free the strut being careful not to damage the brake lines. If you do not have the complete strut assembly you will need to compress the spring and remove the strut nuts with an impact wrench. Remove the old strut if you did not purchase the complete assembly and reassemble the strut unit the same way. When reassembling, be sure to torque all nuts and bolts to their proper specifications. Do not use impact tools when reassembling. Replace the strut and place the lower bolts and nuts in first. Raise the wheel assembly until the four threaded rods are visible on the other side of fender well and use blocks to support the wheel assembly. Tighten the nuts on the top of the strut and torque all the nuts. Remove the wheel assembly blocks and replace the wheel. Lower the jack after removing the jack stands. Torque the wheel lug nuts and replace the dust cover on the top of the strut. You should be good to test drive.

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Okay....here is the steps first....and then the directions on how to use the tools:

  1. Raise and properly support the vehicle.
  2. Remove the front wheel.
  3. Detach the shock absorber lower mount by removing the two bolts.
  4. Remove the retainer nut, retainer, cushion and shock absorber.
  5. Detach the cushion retainer from the shock absorber.
  6. Compress the coil spring with a commercially available spring compressor.
  7. Detach the stabilizer bar.
  8. Support the upper suspension arm and steering knuckle securely.
  9. Remove the cotter pin.
  10. Loosen and remove the nut.
  11. Using a ball joint removal tool, detach the lower ball joint from the lower control arm.
  12. Loosen the suspension arm set bolt.
  13. Remove the suspension arm set bolt nut.
  14. Remove the nut from the strut bar front set bolt.
  15. Pull out both set bolts.
  16. Remove the lower suspension arm and coil spring. To install:
  17. Installation is the reverse of removal. Note the following torque specifications:
    1. Strut bar front set bolt: 221 ft. lbs. (300 Nm)
    2. Lower suspension arm set bolt: 148 ft. lbs. (200 Nm)
    3. Lower ball joint nut: 80 ft. lbs. (110 Nm)
    4. Lug nuts: 83 ft. lbs. (110 Nm).

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