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Old 06-23-2007, 10:53 PM
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Hi...new member here, great site by the way.

Just a quick questioncouldn't fine it inowners manual....what is the foot lb. torque spec for the wheel lug nuts?

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should be 100 pounds
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I think the manual says 140
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I guessed at 120 yesterday looks like I am pretty close.

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Old 06-24-2007, 09:00 PM
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Thanks...I will correct it to 140 !
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Default Lug nut torque

Since these answers show up no matter what Chevy you ask the specs for, the Lug Nut torque is listed in the owner's manual. For example: My search for Wheel nut torque for 2007 Impala came up with various opinions expressed about various models, from 100 - 140 ft lbs.

However, Owner's Manual says: 100 ft lbs (140 is the METRIC, NOT FT LBS)
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Straight from the manual:

Application Capacities
English Metric
Fuel Tank
Regular 26.0 gal 98.4 L
Extended 1500 Series 31.5 gal 119.2 L
Extended 2500 Series 39.0 gal 147.6 L
Transmission Fluid
4L60-E Electronic Transmission 5.0 qt 4.7 L
6L80-E Transmission 6.0 qt 5.7 L
6L90-E Transmission 6.3 qt 6.0 L
Transfer Case Fluid 1.6 qt 1.5 L
Wheel Nut Torque 140 lb ft 190 Y
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