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Where can you find the torque amount for the driver cv axel bolt?. I thought it was 76 ftlb
But I saw somewhere 36 ftlb. That seems light.
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Talked to 2 diff volvo dealers. They dont give an exact torque hand tight and a bit more.
So 36 ftlb makes sense.
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Vida states 35 nm or 25.8 ftlb plus 90 degrees

Another site I visited awhile back shows the same info.
<a href="http://www.volvohowto.com/volvo-s60-v70-torque-specs-specifications/" target="_blank">Link</a>
 

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Vida states 35 nm or 25.8 ftlb plus 90 degrees

Another site I visited awhile back shows the same info.
<a href="http://www.volvohowto.com/volvo-s60-v70-torque-specs-specifications/" target="_blank">Link</a>
This is correct. I just did this myself on my fronts when replacing my LCAs this weekend. 25lbs + 90 degrees more after that.

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I wish they wouldn’t specify the 90deg. Gives me a heart attack every time I do it as I feel like the bolt is gonna snap! Why not just say 65Nm or whatever it ends up being!


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I wish they wouldn’t specify the 90deg. Gives me a heart attack every time I do it as I feel like the bolt is gonna snap! Why not just say 65Nm or whatever it ends up being!


2002 V70XC, 2003 V40, 2004 S60, 2010 V70
I completely agree 100%!!

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I did 35Nm
I agree with you on the extra degrees. Judt give us the Nm or ftlb.


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