Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
There is a sequence to tighten them in, but basically, it starts in the middle, and circles around it.
Tighten the LONG bolts to 23 Ft Lbs, and the Short ones and the stud to 22 Ft Lbs.
Then go back, and in the same order, tighten the long ones to 46 Ft Lbs. Nothing added to the short ones and stud.
THEN..make a final pass over ALL the bolts and stud, and turn each one an additional 100 degrees.
That is just a little over a quarter turn more.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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