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Old 06-13-2007, 06:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm doing front rotors and pads for the first time on my 05 freelander se. I can't find a shop manual anywhere for it. The most recent manual available is the 03. All I need are the torque specs for the caliper bracket bolts, pin bolts and lugs. I was guessing 75, 25 and 100 ft-lbs. thanks
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Old 06-13-2007, 07:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just tighten them up. nothing major.

the wheels need to be torqued to 100 lbs.

we use impact on them caliper bracket bolts.

the caliper just tighten with a wrench till tight.

whatever you do dont put anything but land rover approved grease on the caliper slides.

or else, their is a small package of the grease for about fifteen bucks that covers one apllication, its a special grease that wont cause the rubber to expand.
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thanks. I've done brakes more times than I'd like to remember and almost never torque anything except for lugs when the rotors are free-floating. I never worked on a LR before so I figured better do it by the book. I'm having trouble finding LR approved grease. Usually I just use Permatex synthetic lube on pins but like you said I'm not sure if it will do any damage. Have to keep searching.
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04 discovery 4.6 need cylinder head bolt torque specs and intake specs.
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