Chevrolet Captiva Manuals

Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual: Tightening Specifications

Year Component Torque, Ft. Lbs.
CAPTIVA SPORT
2012-15 Air Bag Control Module 89 1
Console 11 1
Driver Air Bag Module 89 1
I Shaft 25
Knee Bolster 35 1
Passenger Air Bag Module 89 1
Roof Panel Air Bag Module 44 1
Side Impact Sensor 89 1
Slide Bracket To Column 71 1
Steering Column 18
Steering Column Cover 35 1
Steering Wheel 30
 
 1 --Inch lbs.
 

In the Chevrolet Captiva Service & Repair Manual, tightening specifications refer to the recommended torque values for fasteners used in various components of the vehicle. These specifications are crucial to ensure proper assembly, prevent damage to parts, and maintain vehicle safety and performance standards.

Each component of the vehicle, such as engine components, suspension parts, and body panels, has specific tightening specifications for bolts, nuts, and other fasteners. These specifications are usually expressed in foot-pounds (lb-ft) or Newton-meters (Nm) and vary depending on the size and type of fastener, as well as the material and design of the components being secured.

Following the recommended tightening specifications is essential during vehicle maintenance and repairs to avoid under or over-tightening, which can lead to issues like leaks, component damage, or safety hazards. Using a torque wrench calibrated to the correct specifications is recommended to achieve accurate torque values and ensure proper fastener tightening.

For specific tightening specifications for your Chevrolet Captiva model, it's advisable to refer to the service and repair manual provided by the manufacturer or consult a certified mechanic or dealership. They can provide the precise torque values needed for different components, helping you maintain your vehicle's reliability and safety.

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