Front Caliper Bolts (34N·m) 25 lb ft
Front Caliper Bracket Bolts (107N·m) 79 lb ft
Rear Caliper Bolts (Base Model) (35 N·m) 26 lb ft
Rear Caliper Bracket Bolts (Base Model) (63 N·m) 46 lb ft
Rear Caliper Bolts (AWD and GT Models) (27 N·m) 20 lb ft
Rear Caliper Bracket Bolts (AWD and GT Models) (58 N·m) 43 lb ft
The caliper bolts are the caliper slide pins. For the cost, just replace the slide pin bolts, bushings, dust boots, clean the bores up, and use the proper silicone based lube on the pins.
The caliper bracket bolts are to hold the bracket to the knuckle or spindle.
On the base models, the rears will require a special tool to push the caliper pistons back into their bores so the new brake pads can go on. See if the parts store can loan you the tool to push the rear pistons back into the caliper. The piston must be pushed and spun at the same time to retract the pistons into the rear calipers. Make sure that the piston dust boot does not get torn when spinning the piston. If it does, you will need to rebuild or replace the caliper. Using the tool will make this part of the job a lot easier to do.