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Old December 22nd, 2013, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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brake rotors and pads torque specs

I looked all over the site and exhausted my googling skills, but alas I cannot find the torque specs for installing new brake rotors and pads.

If anyone could provide me the answer or a link to where I can find it I would appreciate it.

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Its like 70-75 ft-lb for the assembly and 25-30 ft-lb for the caliper pins.
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First, know that this is out there:
2006 Eclipse Factory Service Manual | Tearstone

Never torque to someone else's suggestions or "I'm pretty sure it's this...". The manual allows you to look up torque values for everything on the car.

Everything you need for brakes is here:
http://tearstone.com/eclipsefsm/2006...005100-35A.pdf
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I only really use actual torque specs on critical and rotational assemblies, like engine and transmission fasteners, anything to do with the drive line etc. (like flywheels, clutches, head bolts) I do aircraft maintenance for a living, and of course torque specs are strictly adhered to, but I got a pretty good feel for torque and fastener sizes, so at home, I seldom use a torque wrench when it's not critical.

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Is there a service manual for the 2012 GS Sport?
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Is there a service manual for the 2012 GS Sport?
Same as the 2006 Tearstone one. That Mitsubishi website link is just the service intervals found in your owners manual
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