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How do you find some GM torque specifications?

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Find torque specifications for GMC vehicles at AutoZone.com or TorcSpec.com. AutoZone.com lists GMC torque specifications for many components frequently adjusted or repaired, such as spark plugs. TorcSpec.com lists GMC torque specs for a wide range of body, frame and engine components.

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At AutoZone.com, click the Add A Vehicle link near the top of the main page. Make selections in the drop-down boxes, and then click the Add Vehicle button. Hover the cursor over the Repair Help tab near the top-right of the main page, and then click Specifications. Click the Specifications link beneath the Select A Category heading, and then click a listing that include the word "torque," such as Hub Bearing Torque, Spark Plug Tightening Torque or Valve Cover Bolt Torque.

At TorcSpec.com, click the I Tork It tab near the top of the main page, and then click the Torque Specifications link near the top of the page. Select a part and bin in Step 1 about midway down the page. Select "GM" and a motor in Step 2 to display torque specifications in several units of measurement. Read the note included to help ensure you apply the torque listed to the right part. For additional GMC torque specifications, click the Engine Torque Specifications link after clicking the I Tork It tab, and then click GM. Click an engine type to display torque specifications for many engine components.

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