Question about 1987 Jeep Cherokee
I recently got help putting in a new clutch in my 87 chief. I drove cross county right after the work and half way to my destination horrible sounds started coming from underneath the car.
I have concluded that the clutch mount (or where the clutch is bolted onto the engine) lost 4 bolts and is flexing while I drive... somehow they must not have been torqued right!
I have no idea what size they are and the auto parts store can not look it up. I am missing 2 threaded bolts from the top, and 2 smaller threaded bolts from the middle of where it is mounted.
Can anyone give me the reference to the types of bolts that are used here?
Dont remember fi they're metric but hardware store bolts will work there...remove another and bring it with you. (clutch hat uses grade 8 bolts that's why I asked.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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