22mm, 94 lb-ft.Just planning ahead for when I begin rotating the wheels on the van.
Does anyone know the size of the lug nuts (mm) and the torque specs (lb-ft)?
Did you try page 659?Sorry, no mention of these specs in the owner's manual.
I understand if you can't extrapolate the info, given that most compact spares are steel and most OEM wheels are some sort of alloy. So, torque values may differ. However, I assure you, it's the same torque value. In the Factory Service Manual, it also states wheel lug torque to be 96 lbf-ft. I don't recall the page, and it's out of reach at the moment. But, if you still doubt it, pull out your Service History book. Look under the Pre-Delivery Inspection section. It tells the service technician to inspect wheel nut torque to 96 lbf-ft.I saw that but page 659 only give the torque for tightening the doughnut spare tire not the regular wheels. Also no mention of the size of the lug nuts.