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Old 10-17-2019, 04:47 AM   #121 (permalink)
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I finally found that crankshaft pulley bolt!

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I took off the valve cover and saw this bolt was loose. I started tightening it, but it never really got tight. Use an automatic centerpunch and a left-handed drill bit\bolt extractor?
I am unsure when these arrived, but the bags are labeled 6/28, so I probably received them a week later. So, after 3.5 months, Mom looked at a random bag with my stuff in it, and I found my elusive fasteners.

It looks like she kept putting stuff that she thought was mine in one spot, she ordered me to clear it off of the kitchen table, and I put it in a bag, completely forgetting about it.

I do not suppose that I will ever need any of these nuts and bolts again...

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Old 10-17-2019, 11:24 AM   #122 (permalink)
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Since they are standard pretty much accross the industry, I would not bet on that they are unnecessary. Even the crank bolt.

You may be amused that my son is going through the same trials on a toyota V6 with a coolant leak. Seems the internet gives really bad advice.

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