Question about 2004 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
since I don't know exactly what thread you are trying to fix, I'll try to answer with a couple of choices.
- What may be the best would be if the part is able to be replaced, try to get another part, either new from a dealer, or used from a wrecker.
- Assuming we can't replace the part, we have to try to determine what it actually does, as in, is this the bit that the antenna screws into? or is it part of a bracket that secures the antenna assemble?
- You might be able to get a ONE TIME FIX bu putting a very small amount of 2 component epoxy where the failed threads are, and insert the piece that threads in. Then leave it alone, at least overnight, to let it set up. Resist the urge to try to see how strong it is. Just pretent it's not been broken, and if it likes you, it will work.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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