inner tie rod torque spec on a 2006 nissan maxima ? maxim...

Q: inner tie rod torque spec on a 2006 nissan maxima ?

asked by on November 04, 2017

trying to torque my inner tie rod but cant find any info. please help.

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The inner tie rod nut should be torqued to 90 to 100 foot pounds and secured with lock.

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