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Can we get bolt and nut torque specifications?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by cab, Nov 13, 2016.

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  1. cab

    cab Member

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    So if We want to work on our cars ourselves, beyound changing wheels, is it possible to get the various torque specifications for thinks like suspension component bolts, etc? I just happen to be looking for specific stuff around suspension components, but really the question applies across the board. Obviously Tesla doesn't publish repair manuals for consumer use and isn't terribly DIY friendly. Anyone or any tips?
     
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    Unless you live in Massachusetts where you are able to access the repair manuals, then nope!
     
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    upper control arm ball joint to knuckle torque 60NM

    sway bar link to the knuckle torque 70NM

    sway bar to sway bar link 70NM

    tie rod end to knuckle torque 103NM

    forward lower control arm to the subframe 130NM

    rear lower control arm to the subframe 130NM

    shock absorber to the lower control arm 140NM

    lower control arm ball joints to the knuckle torque 195NM

    Top 3 nuts that hold shock to tower 39NM
     
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