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Motor Mount bolt size

I seemed to have lost one of the motor mount bolts, now my motor shakes like a ****. Besides going to napa tomorrow( i already tried autozone) what is the size of the bolt, if anyone can find out for me. Thanks.
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Could you take another one out an use a thread gage to get the pitch. I dunno how hard they are to get out. Good luck........I bet rwenzing knows tho or can find out.
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I bet rwenzing knows tho or can find out.
I have no idea. I would just pull one and measure it.
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Yea I am really not wanting to take another mount bolt out, not sure how hard they are to get back in and wouldn't trust myself putting it back on. I guess I will just wait till tomorrow and go to Napa and if not, go to the stealership and see how they will try to rip me off.
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Didn't someone just overhaul or replace that engine for you, Ryan? Or am I remembering it wrong?
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Lol, yep it was just replaced, but somehow I seemed to wiggle one out playing in the sand today. Hmm, I think I am gonna go by there and see what they say, I am still under shop warranty.:)
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Exactly! Correctly installed and torqued bolts don't just fall out.
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Lol, thats what I was thinking.
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yeah, it shouldnt just fall out, either they forgot to put one in or they didnt tighten it all the way, either way, id take it back to the shop that did your engine. how is the fan doing?
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I will tomorrow.
The fan runs perfect.:)
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I was not aware of a motor replacement. I would take it in under warrenty.
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Not many were, no worries. Yea I am gonna give them a call tomorrow.
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