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Old 10-15-2013
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Coolant Reservoir Cliphead Bolt

HELP! I was removing my coolant/wiper washer reservoir on my 2001 Ranger. One of the fasteners clipped into the fender was frozen and I had to drill it out to remove it. Now I'm trying to replace it, and can't find it anywhere, including through Dorman. It's called a Clip Head Bolt. It's a bolt that's secured to a flat metal plate that slides into a slot in the fender. This bolt secures the bottom of the reservoir in 2 places on the fender with a nut. Can anyone tell me where I can find a replacement? Thanks
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