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05-07-02, 02:11 PM   #1  
torque specs for corsica

I am replacing the ball joint in a 1990 4- door 2.2 automatic, Corsica. Where the ball joint joins to the control arm the rivets have to be removed and replaced with bolts. I cannot find the torque specifications for these 3 bolts. I also need to know the torque specifications for castellated ball joint- to- steering knuckle nut.
Appreciate it, thanks
Bill

 
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05-07-02, 02:49 PM   #2  
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Corsica Torq's

Bill,

Usually you can find great info on vehicles at www.autolibrary.org, that is where I found the answers to your questions.


1. Three replacement bolts for ball joint: 50 fp

2. castellated ball joint to steering knuckle: 55 fp

 
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05-07-02, 05:59 PM   #3  
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Thanks for the info Jackmaster and the speedy reply. Also thanks for the info on the site, I'll expect I'll be visitin".
Thanks again
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05-07-02, 06:56 PM   #4  
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For some reason, probably my P.O.S computer but the link for autolibrary doesnt work, is it just my computer or is the addy wrong?

 
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05-08-02, 03:39 AM   #5  
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Address is correct. Sometimes you have to use www, or it's your computer's settings.

I used it a little while ago, works fine.

 
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05-08-02, 06:35 AM   #6  
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Your browser security settings are wrong. There is a post in the computer section that addresses this issue & how to resolve it.

 
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05-08-02, 07:13 AM   #7  
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The exact post is http://forum.doityourself.com/showth...threadid=80803

 
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05-08-02, 08:15 AM   #8  
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Bryan77,

I doubt there is anything wrong with your 'puter...I noticed the link address accidentally had a coma put at the end. It should be:

www.autolibrary.org

Sorry for the typo!!

 
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