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Old 03-22-2017, 12:42 AM
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Default Mystery fastener du jour.

Looks like it goes on a stud. Do not remember removing it, found under driver's side front. Recently replaced power steering pressure hose and had to remove alternator and PS pump. Also still putting things back together after pulling intake, cleaning valley, replacing throttle body shaft o-rings etc.

Car is an 86.

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Old 03-22-2017, 01:09 AM
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you enzoed yourself
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Originally Posted by linderpat View Post
you enzoed yourself
That's not easy...
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Otto: I would check your suspension, and tie rods.
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Keeps the muffler bearing tight.
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thats the P nut,
it keeps the fan from slipping off the front
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As long as it isn't the Jesus Nut.....


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