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Old 12-22-2013
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Missing part question. Please help!

I have a 97 2.3 Ranger. I seem to have an empty void space right next to the oil drain bolt towards the tranny. There are two bolt holes that are shiny, so something used to go there. I am doing a clutch job and dropped the transmission and I know very little about mechanical work. I wanted to try this job myself due to lack of $900. I have 2 small bolts that I cannot for the life of me figure where they came from and racking my brain trying to remember where they came from. They may go into this void area that I am speaking of. What goes here? Please help!
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Old 12-23-2013
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Do you have any pics? Im having trouble visualizing what your looking at.
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