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I'm going to be replacing all the struts on my 1993 toyota corolla and would like to know the torque settings for all the connections on the struts, or where i could find them.

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Im not quite sure but you can get this information from most any of your local auto parts stores.You can also go to google search and type in the type of car and then torque specifications for the struts and it should bring up a couple of sites that might be helpful to you.I think its in the area of about 28 to 30 ft lbs.

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