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Torque settings advice for wheel hub/steering knuckle please

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Old Nov 23rd, 2010, 13:34   #1
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Default Torque settings advice for wheel hub/steering knuckle please

Hi All

Can someone please advise me on the following bolts' torque settings for a S60 D5 2004 (old shape)?


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A - to suspension strut -
B - to suspension strut -
C - to steering rod -
D - to brake caliper -
E - abs sensor -
F - driveshaft retainer bolt -
G - lower ball joint mounting plate -
H - to brake caliper -
I - lower ball joint mounting plate -
J - lower ball joint -


I ask about G and I because I may remove those ones instead of the balljoint one if the balljoint one just spins

Thanks in advance people!
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Old Nov 23rd, 2010, 14:24   #2
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Bushing housing upper link arm in sub-frame rear XC90 (M12)65 Nm 90
Rear sub-frame in body (M12)100 Nm
The front sub-frame in the body (M14) model year -2004
The front sub-frame in the body (M14) model year 2005-1st step, 105 Nm.
2nd step, angle torque 120
160 Nm
Front engine pad50 Nm
Ball joint in wheel spindle, aluminum from and incl. w919 not XC90 (M10)40 Nm
Ball joint in link arm XC90 (M14)100 Nm
Ball joint in link arm (not XC90)(M12)1st step, 50 Nm.
2nd step, angle torque 35
Cap Rear Sub-frame AWD not XC90 (M12)100 Nm.
Link arm front in sub-frame, front mounting (M12)1st step, 65 Nm.
2nd step, angle torque 105
Link arm front in sub-frame, rear mounting (M14)1st step, 105 Nm.
2nd step, angle torque 150
Lock nut outer steering joint against inner steering joint (M14)70 Nm
Lower Steering wheel shaft in steering column not XC90 (M8)30 Nm
Return hose in steering gear (M18)25 Nm
Steering wheel in steering column (M14)40 Nm
Steering wheel lock in steering column (M8)18 Nm
Dirt deflector in longitudinal stay not XC90 and R-line (M8)10 Nm
Screw lower steering wheel shaft, not XC9020 Nm
Screw lower steering wheel shaft, XC9025 Nm
Outer screws for the track rod XC9090 Nm
Eccentric screw and nut for the track rod XC9090 Nm
Steering joint in wheel spindle steel70 Nm
Steering joint in wheel spindle aluminum80 Nm
Steering joint in wheel spindle XC9080 Nm
Steering gear50 Nm
Support plate50 Nm
Pressure hose in steering gear (M16)25 Nm
Pressure hose in pump (M16)32 Nm
Cross member25 Nm
Heat shield plate in steering gear (M5)6 Nm
Drive shaft in front wheel hub not XC90 (M10)Step 1: 35 Nm
Step 2: Angle-tighten 90
Unless you are fitting the rubber cone bolt version form the later XC90.
Ideally you should be using new nuts bolts including the drive shaft bolt.
Calliper holder. Use new mounting screws Tighten to 100 Nm.

You need a manual.

Regards Peter

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Old Nov 23rd, 2010, 14:41   #3
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Don't suppose you have a diagram to go with that? If it's from VADIS, can you take a picture on your phone and MMS it to me? I'll PM you the number

Also found this, for future readers of this thread, some related torques etc:

Rear wheel hub in wheel bearing housing (M12)Step 1: 20 Nm
Step 2: 45 Nm
Step 3: Angle-tighten 60
Drive shaft in front wheel hub not XC90 (M10)Step 1: 35 Nm
Step 2: Angle-tighten 90
Drive shaft in front wheel hub, only XC90 (M10)Step 1: 35 Nm
Step 2: Angle-tighten 120
Tire pressure sensor in rim10 Nm
Front wheel hub in steering arm (M12)Step 1: 20 Nm
Step 2: 45 Nm
Step 3: Angle-tighten 60
Wheel in hub (M14)Step 1: 20 Nm
Step 2: 140 Nm
Anti-roll bar link in shock absorber front (M12)90 Nm
Anti-roll bar link in anti-roll bar front (M10)60 Nm
Shock absorber bearing rear upper in shock absorber (M12)60 Nm
Shock absorber bearing front upper in shock absorber (M14)70 Nm
Shock absorber in steering arm (M14)Step 1: 105 Nm
Step 2: Angle-tighten 75
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