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Torque specs 2007 cadilac front axle nut

Need torque specs for front axle

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If you mean the big nut in the middle on a front wheel drive vehicle then you just pull it up with the rachet then the long snap on bar and swift sharp push as the bar is in the downward position .That is about the correct the torque ,or about 120lbs

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