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Old 10-26-2008, 06:31 AM   #1
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Default 2006 Honda Civic SI Torque Specs

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2006 Honda Civic SI Coupe

Could somebody with the service manual look up a couple of specs for me please. Or if somebody knows where to download and or reference the manual online a link would work too.

I need the torque specs for the FLCA to the subframe, both bushings. Brake caliper to knuckle. Lower ball joint to knuckle. Tierod to knuckle. Knuckle to strut. Wheel lug nuts.

All of this is for the front.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-26-2008, 07:41 AM   #2
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The dealer will tell you it is about 139ft/tq

In reality, probably closer to 120ft/tq
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What is that spec for?
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^for the k20z3, i assume. thats what you asked about.

i put down 143 ft/lbs. but im i/h/e etc.. Click the image to open in full size.
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I need the torque specs for the FLCA to the subframe, both bushings. Brake caliper to knuckle. Lower ball joint to knuckle. Tierod to knuckle. Knuckle to strut. Wheel lug nuts.
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i think for the lug nuts its around 70-80 i think?
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^for the k20z3, i assume. thats what you asked about.

i put down 143 ft/lbs. but im i/h/e etc.. Click the image to open in full size.
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2006 Honda Civic SI Coupe

I need the torque specs for the FLCA to the subframe, both bushings. Brake caliper to knuckle. Lower ball joint to knuckle. Tierod to knuckle. Knuckle to strut. Wheel lug nuts.

All of this is for the front.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-26-2008, 01:16 PM   #8
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Default Re: 2006 Honda Civic SI Torque Specs (Dimazz)

Wheel lug nut specs are 80ft./lbs for all wheels. Not sure about the rest of the specs though.

My advice.....drive to a HOnda dealership and around back to the actual service shop entrance and see if you can speak to a technician directly. If they're cool enough they'll look it up for you on the spot.
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Default Re: 2006 Honda Civic SI Torque Specs (Dimazz)

Front side of the lower arm mounting bolt-61
Rear side of the lower arm mounting bolt-47
The flange bolt and the self-locking nuts from the lower arm-43
Caliper to knuckle-80

Info taken from Honda interactive network. Same source technicians use. Hope this helps. Click the image to open in full size.
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