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slidr
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slidr Apr 16, 1:41am - #155933 

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Torque Specifications?

Just wondering if there is a list of various ft/lb. measurements for certain bolts throughout the Celica.

I've found the torque specification for the lug nuts, but have had no luck finding torque specifications for any other bolts on the Celica's engine, tranny, etc.


Even a generic list would be helpful. I'm sure there is a list floating around out there somewhere. Specifications for odd items such as oil filters, the pulley bolt, transmission casing bolts, etc.

Am I being a pussy by asking for something like this, or should I just torque everything down with my impact wrench that puts out 150 ft/lbs. of torque. I know that the wheel lugs only need 70 something, so I was just wondering if a little overkill would be disasterous to some of the parts on the car. My girlfriend's dad and I replaced the clutch and used the same impact wrench for everything from the wheel lugs to the tranny casing bolts. Just wondering if that would be okay.

Thanks.

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eric_h Apr 16, 1:47am - #155934 

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lugs are 50-100 i heard, idk but you dont wanna use too much torque on some of the other stuff, it can strip bolts or crush some parts frown

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Rocketman Apr 16, 1:57am - #155935 

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If all else fails...turn till tight then an extra 1/4 turn! thumbsup
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slidr Apr 16, 2:07am - #155936 

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Originally Posted by Rocketman
If all else fails...turn till tight then an extra 1/4 turn! thumbsup
Well it's an impact wrench, so when the screw/bolt is turned as much as it can be turned, it makes a hammering sound.

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