Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Yes, it is very important that you torque the wheels on your car. The correct torque for your model is 80 ft-pds. After driving 50 miles you need to re- torque to 80 ft-pds . That is because the lugs can loosen . This is especially true with aluminum rims. The reason you carefully torque the wheels is so your brake discs/rotors do not warp when they get hot and of course so the wheels do not fall off. Do not over tighten your wheels, this will warp the discs/rotors. Torque your wheels and then after fifty moles re-torque the wheels.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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