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I’m looking for a Meriva B workshop manual, mostly to get the right torque values for the parts I have to replace.

Any help finding one or the right torque for each part is much appreciated!
 

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Driveshaft hub nut
Tighten the fastener to 160 N·m (118 lb ft) ..
Loosen the fastener.
Tighten the fastener to 20 N·m (15 lb ft) .
Tighten the fastener to 80°
Water pump 24 Nm
Brakes
Brake disc to hub Front 7 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Front 28 Nm
Brake caliper/carrier to hub Front 100 Nm
Brake disc to hub Rear 4 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Rear 25 Nm
Brake caliper/carrier to hub Rear 100 Nm
ABS sensor Front 8 Nm
ABS sensor Rear 8 Nm
Road wheels 110 Nm
Turbocharger
tighten to 24 Nm then 48Nm
 

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Driveshaft hub nut
Tighten the fastener to 160 N·m (118 lb ft) ..
Loosen the fastener.
Tighten the fastener to 20 N·m (15 lb ft) .
Tighten the fastener to 80°
Water pump 24 Nm
Brakes
Brake disc to hub Front 7 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Front 28 Nm
Brake caliper/carrier to hub Front 100 Nm
Brake disc to hub Rear 4 Nm
Brake caliper to carrier Rear 25 Nm
Brake caliper/carrier to hub Rear 100 Nm
ABS sensor Front 8 Nm
ABS sensor Rear 8 Nm
Road wheels 110 Nm
Turbocharger
tighten to 24 Nm then 48Nm
Thank you so much, the dealership wouldn’t help me with this so I have been looking online without much luck.
Have a great day!
 
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