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If you don't have a service manual for this vehicle I highly suggest purchasing one as it will have the correct torque values. I don't recommend using the information you get from any random person cuz they could just make it up on the spot and could be really screwing yourself. Get the service manual or call the dealership and ask a technician certified to work on your vehicle.
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
Your better off buying a decent workshop manual, like a Haynes manual. Those bolts use two different settings to tighten them. You first use a torque setting then you use an angular torque gauge to turn the bolt an extra fixed number of degrees. Setting them wrong could blow the entire engine.
Posted on Dec 26, 2017
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