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I had a strange rattling noise the other day, which seemed to be caused by the undertray being loose - at least, when I tightened up a bolt in one corner the noise vanished. However, when I went to do a proper job on the bolts with an allen key instead of by hand, they just turn and turn - is this how things should be? Is there anything the other end of these bolts I should be gripping? Should they be tight? Any suggestions?

Also, changing the subject completely:what is the right torque setting for the wheel bolts (16" alloy wheels)?
 

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As far as I know and as far as I remember mine went tight. It may be that there is a plastic plug that is the nut that has come out of the square hole in the metalwork

According to the TIS all wheel nuts are 85Nm.
 

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Half the bolts were missing on mine after fraud had it to replace the egr (they denied all knowledge,naturally).They also bust one of the main support holder plugs too.Managed to fix that myself.
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