The short answer is human error. When I started this site I didn’t really pay attention to including tightening specifications for fasteners. As I began writing more often it became clear that I need to include torque specs. I often find myself searching for this info on the internet and now understand how important it is to have that info. All of my new articles will include torque specs for the fasteners.
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Most of the time the answer is unfortunately, no. The vehicles that I personally own tend to have more guides as I have more opportunities to work on them. There are times where I will do a job here and there for friends, family, and clients. Then I never see those cars again :). That’s why you see some sections with only one guide. I try to do my best to make as many guides as possible.
So you sent me a contact message asking a repair/maintenance question and have not received a reply back. I enjoy reading every message and do answer a small percentage of questions. As much as I would love to answer every single question, the reality is that there is simply not enough time to do that. I recommend leaving a comment at the bottom of the article so that other people may be able to answer your questions.