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I need to know what size the motor mount bolt are on a eclipse

I lost 2 bolts on the bottom motor mount does anyone know what size its kinda making a thump I can fell it in the steering wheel.

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02886E MB309345 front motor mount to centermember bolt Go to: Then click: Engine(Upper Left hand corner) Then Click: Engine Mounting and Support(Lower Right hand corner) Then click the corresponding part you need(to verify). Give that part number to your local Dealer and they can order that part for you.

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