Originally Posted by Deetox
On the first try it actually clicked right away on all 4 bolts, they were already torqued perfectly at 5nm.
Are you sure you understand how a torque wrench works?
If you apply it to an already tightened bolt, and it clicks before turning the bolt, then all
it's telling you is that the bolt is torqued to at least
the setting of the torque wrench.
You've determined that torque can't be below 5 Nm
, but you have no idea how much more
it is. It might be overtorqued by any amount.
Assuming your tool is decently calibrated, and ignoring friction in threads and such, the way to check for not only minimum, but actually appropriate torque is to undo the bolts, then tighten just until it clicks.