Question about 2003 Chevrolet S-10
As long the hoses is not damage it fine to drive, the screw your talking about it just holding the lines together next to the tranny. if the hoses is damage than it would not be a good idea not to drive the vech. if its not hanging to the ground or no where near the exhaust pipe you should be ok. removing the shear off bolts will be difficult, you going to have to drill the old bolt out if you want to replace it with the new one. its a task, if the line looks good where it sit, just leave it be. you can use tie straps if needs to.
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