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Socket sizes for the front spindle nut,lower ball,joints outer tie rods 2014 Honda accord V6 touring

Auto shake at speeds over 80kph, wonders all ways correcting steering wheel hear a rattle when going over bumps from front end, have had the tires balanced 6-7 times and are all ways out of balance want to check torque values on spindle nut lower ball joints, outer tie rod ends need nut sizes in mm's

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It depends on if they have been changed before. normal size is 18mm changed is 19mm on tie rods. also check the condition of the anti-roll bar rubbers as they can cause this problem to. also check the traling arm on the steering this can do this to.

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SOURCE: Need torque spec for 2000 Cirrus outer tie rod ends

45 Ft-lbs Tie-rod balljoint stud-to-steering knuckle nut, and 55 Ft-lbs Tie-rod (outer)- to- inner jam lock nut

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SOURCE: Front end shake

your front brake rotors are probally warped...

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dont forget the most common strut rod(radius rod) bushings(30 bucks) just did all on mine, front wheel bearings,lower control arm with ball joints(both) and inner tie rods.and really look at sub frame for stress cracks(recall prob)

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