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Do you know the size of this bolt?
#1
This bolt connects to the "arm" whats holding the engine.
If I am not mistaken.

[Image: ce0c38dded40b8bd381cec686ce5ce64.jpg]

That is underneath the timing belt cover.
I need the correct size and thread size.
Thanks
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I would advise going to a dealer for this relatively inexpensive item.You will know it's the right part both fit & quality wise.
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I have bought it and bolted in now less vibration through the whole car :b
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(16-04-2016, 03:42 PM)Tpeti Wrote:  I have bought it and bolted in now less vibration through the whole car :b

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