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What torque setting should the caliper slid pin bolts and mounting brackets be tighten to on the front of a 2010 Auris Sr?

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107 N*m or 79 lbf*ft for bracket bolts, 34 N*m or 25 lbf*ft for caliper bolts, and if you remove the hose, tighten it with 29 N*m or 21 lbf*ft. If you want to work precisely, tighten the bleeder plugs at 8.3 N*m or 6.1 lbf*ft.

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Thanks for that, I am not planning on removing the caliper completely, just dangle it still connected out of the way while working.

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PS is the rear the same as the front?

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No, in the rear 57 N*m (42 lbf-ft) for braket bolts and 34 N*m (25 lbf-ft) for slid pin bolts.

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You're welcome .

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107 N*m or 79 lbf*ft for bracket bolts, 34 N*m or 25 lbf*ft for caliper bolts, and if you remove the hose, tighten it with 29 N*m or 21 lbf*ft. If you want to work precisely, tighten the bleeder plugs at 8.3 N*m or 6.1 lbf*ft.

No, in the rear 57 N*m (42 lbf-ft) for braket bolts and 34 N*m (25 lbf-ft) for slid pin bolts.

Thanks also Tavy for these figures... Didn't have them till recently. Until then I did 3 white knuckles for bracket bolts and 1 white knuckle for caliper slide bolts....... Hehe... Lol

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