Q: What is proper lug nut torque for a 98 Honda civic ex?

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2008 Honda Civic lug nut torque specs are rated at 80 foot pounds. Improper torque set on a Civic can lead to the bolts seizing.

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the lug nut size on your Honda civic is a 19mm .....

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It is 80 lb/ft. Do not torque any higher or you will warp the rotors.

108 Nm or 80 lb. ft.

It depends on the number of lugs per wheel your car has. Some cars have up to 5 lugs. Measure the torque by tightening with a wrench.

It is 80 lb/ft and it is listed in your owner's manual.

2010 Honda Pilot alloy wheels require 94 ft/lbs or 127 Nm of torque

You mean the lug nuts? 80 foot pounds if you mean that. Most Hondas are 80 for the wheel torque

the Honda del sol is a civic so they do have the same lug pattern and offset

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80 foot pounds. All current Hondas are 80 ft/lbs. http://www.8thcivic.com/forums/wheel-tire-upgrades/82370-tightening-torque-lug-nuts.html

2005 is 95ft/lb , earlier model are 80 ft/lb

80 - 90 lbs on aluminum alloy wheels and 100 lbs on steel. Check torque after driving 30 miles.

Lug nut torque is 80 ft/lbs.

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