Question about 2000 Toyota Tundra
These are torque to yield bolts so I believe that you will need to use new bolts. Make sure that you run a tap into the holes to clean them out or you won't get an accurate torque reading. You also start from the inside bolts and work your way out. Torque in the above sequence to 24 ft/lbs and then following the same sequence turn the bolt 90 degrees. Once this is done follow the same sequence and turn the bolt another 90 degrees. This will put you at 180 degrees from the initial 24 ft/lb position.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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