The Nut Torque Specifications for a Ford Focus
If you plan to attach the wheels to your Ford Focus vehicle yourself, it is important to tighten the lug nuts to Ford's recommended wheel nut torque specifications. Otherwise you might compromise the safety and quality of your vehicle's handling, as the nuts may be too tight or too loose.
You can find these specifications in your owner's manual or from a Ford dealership.
2000 to 2005
Ford introduced the Focus in 2000. Wheel nut torque specifications for early models from 2000 to 2005 are 95 pound-feet.
As the vehicle evolved, Ford adjusted the wheel nut torque specifications slightly. Models manufactured from 2006 onward have specifications set at 100 pound-feet.
- If you plan to attach the wheels to your Ford Focus vehicle yourself, it is important to tighten the lug nuts to Ford's recommended wheel nut torque specifications.
Additional Wheel and Bolt Information
All Ford Focus models have a bolt pattern of four bolts with a 108mm diameter. Bolt size is 12mm by 1.5mm.
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