I'm in prices of changing the discs and pads and have gone to tighten the bolt to secure the disc to the hub. In a thread on the forum it says 20nm. However my torque wrench only goes as low as 28nm. Will the extra .8nm be ok if I tighten it to 28nm?
Fitted aftermarket wheels to my T6 and confused what torque is needed for the wheel bolts.
The oem wheels and ball seat bolts were tightened to 180nm which I understand is vw spec.
However the aftermarket wheels are using 60 degree tapered / conical wheel bolts which the tyre fitter suggested...
Does anyone know the torque setting for the clamps that hold in the injectors, T28 T6 late 2015. When I bought the van the rocker cover was damaged and to change the rocker cover you have to remove the injectors.
Can anyone confirm the torque setting for the main crankshaft pulley bolt. On a 2016 180bhp engine, cfca engine code.
Was replacing the crankshaft seal while doing the timing belt. The manual I have says 180nm + 135° which is fecking tight!! Wanted to check it wasn't an error.... Also not sure...
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I am wanting to paint my brake calipers while they are new and clean. To do this job I will want to remove the brake pads, Caliper & hanger (not as far as disconnecting the hose though).
Can anyone tell me what the correct torque settings will be upon re-assembly?
I changed my wheels today, fronts to the rear and rears on the front diagonally (any other people still do this) .
only took me most of the day as the wheels were welded on, I'm glad I didn't have to change a wheel on the motorway!!!.
I have a standard set of Devonports does anyone know what ft...