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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the autozone.com website and register there. It doesn't cost anything and you will have access to an online repair manual for the vehicle. (Kinda handy) They have a specification section, so the torque specs might be found there. Hope this helps and best wishes.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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ok here we go tie rod=55 ft lbs axel nut= 180 ft lbs strut bolts= 65 ft lbs plus 90 degrees
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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There is no torque specs,this nut has to be tightened back like it was ,the best thing to do,was,to late now,is to use a torque wrench to remove the nut,and remember the torque,and when replacing it,torque it back to that spec,the reason being,there is a crush sleeve between the front pion bearing ,and the rear pinion bearing,and it has to be crushed to a certain amount,to aquire deepness into the ring gear,anyway just give it about 25 lbs torque,any more the crush sleeve will crush even more and the deepness of the pinion will be too much.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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