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Q: I cannot find the torque specific to add a strut bar

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Trying to add the bar but need the specs

My car has 33678 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Assuming you are referring to the top 3 12m...

Assuming you are referring to the top 3 12mm nuts, these should be torqued to 14-20lbs. These are very delicate, so use caution when tightening.

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