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have searched with no luck. Saw that the 07' specs are 95lb/ft. this correct? would I be good with that on my 06??
 

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Taken from the Owners Manual of my 2006 EX-L (when I owned it, now have a 2010...same specs)

2006 Honda Odyssey

Engine Oil Capacity: 4.3L
Engine Oil Type: 5w20

Oil Filter: 15400-PLM-A02
Oil plug size: 17 mm (11/16”)
Oil plug gasket: 94109-14000
Oil plug torque: 29 ft lbs (39 Nm)

Coolant Type: Honda Long-life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2
Coolant Capacity: Change: 7L – Total: 9.7L

Transmission Fluid Type: Honda Genuine ATF-Z1
Trans Fluid capacity: Change: 3.1L – Total: 7.6L

Brake Fluid Type: Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT3

Power Steering Fluid Type: Honda Power Steering Fluid

Wheel torque: 94 ft lbs (127 Nm)Wheel lug socket: 7/8”

Cabin Filter: #80292-SHJ-A41

Air Filter: #17220-RGL-A00 (Filltech PP-TD30)

Spark Plugs: 12290-R70-A01

Fuel Filter: 17048-SHJ-A00

Wipers: 22 & 24”
 

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yeah, i found that in my manual under the section about "changing out the tire and using the spare." The thing is, the spare is a steel wheel and I believe torque specs are less for alloys. I'm going with 80-84. thanks for your response.
 

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That's the only place I could find it in the owner's manual, too - however, the Honda service manual for the 05 lists the torque as 94 ft-lbs for the lug nuts as well. 80-84 is going to be low (probably won't have a wheel fall off or anything, but the spec is indeed 94 ft-lbs)
 

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FWIW my '07 owners manual states 94 ft lbs vs 95ft lbs. Honestly I had been using 85 ft lbs for the last 20K miles without issue. I had my tires balanced and went to check the paperwork and they stated 95 ft lbs. It was then when I pulled the manual out and found the 94 ft lb value. Oh well...
 
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