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Squeak at left rear wheel due too loose axle spindle nut. What is recommended torque setting for the spindle nut on 1990 corvette conv.

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With an assistant depressing the brake pedal to prevent the wheel from turning, tighten the spindle nut to 164 ft. lbs. (223 Nm). The vehicle should not rest on the tires or move until the spindle nut is tightened.

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