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2001 Toyota Echo Wheel Bolt Torque?

Anyone know the factory spec for the wheel bolt torque? Closest I could find was for a Corolla, at 76 ft-lb. Thanks.

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    don't know torque specs

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    17 mm bolts

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Looks like Corolla and Echo have the same spec. 76 ft-lb.

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