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Automatic Transmission Oil Strainer

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By mistake I replace the automatic transmission oil strainer of my 2002 nissan sentra. I can not put back 1 of the 12 numbers of bolts ( I think its called Reamer bolt). Do you think that this will affect the performance of the transmision. it seems that the nut for this bolt was push up because I can not tighten it.

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You NEED to replace this...perhaps the gasket is blocking the hole. 

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