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please understand there are a lot of items on a car that require torque settings every thing from the lug nuts to every engine bolt, and transbolt. please be more specific

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7.416666667 ft lbs or 89 inch lbs

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http://www.dmctools.com/Products/torque_conversion_charts.html
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