Q: Need torque specs for starter motor bolts

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Just need torque specs for starter motor bolts

My car has 90 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hello. If the bolts are 10 mm (in diameter) and are grade marked 10.9 on the heads, torque them in the range of 37 to 45 ft lbs. with NO oil on the threads (dry). If the grade is marked as 8.8, torque them at low end of that range. Use a calibrated wrench.

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