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What size is the adjuster bolt on a 94 isuzu rodeo 3.2 power steering pump

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  • Tanner Smith
    Tanner Smith Dec 09, 2016

    The bolt is missing and need to buy a new one for it but don't know the length, thread size or anything

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Measure it.
measure the place if fits, match it. it's metric, not imperial inches.
or call isuzu.
or find a mechanic, he will do the measure and fit it.
all ASE mechanics can to this blind folded.

my guess 8mm.
I can not teach you how to measure things.
I uses 2 tools.
a caliper
and thread pitch gauge.
(or from a box of old metric bolts, trial and error way)

Posted on Dec 13, 2016

  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2016

    show a photo of IT with finger pointing to missing bolt. win/win.

  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2016

    last isuzu cars ended here was 2009, 2004 to 2009 collapse(USA)
    i think, some huge isuzu truck dealers
    can get old isuzu car parts, call them?
    google, Isuzu car parts. I see 1.

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