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Caliper bolts get loose

Tightened to torque specs vehicle came back with one bolt missing and other looses

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The main mounting bolts? not guides?
caliper mount to knuckle bolts?
what torque did you use? in foot/lbs.

  1. id bet they are not factory spec bolts
  2. or you used the wrong torque page.
  3. or your tool is no good. (harbor fright tools?)
use a beam torque tool, it will never fib to you, like cheap clickers do.
I promise.
specs
tighten the caliper pin bolts to 26 ft. lbs. (36 Nm). Bottom bolt
there are 4 bolts specs here.
above pin
banjo 17ft/lbs
top B bolts is 61.5 foot lbs. (this came loose at 61 ?)
C spec is 5ft/lbs on bleeder nipples.

now alternator tack.
the rotor is warped so bad it bead the calipers to death.
the wheel bearing, is so bad , same.

ever check those for run out, and end play?
bingo if true.
damage and collateral damage are limitless.
and rust too. (entropy of all kinds)

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