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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes there is this happens more than you can Imagen .NAPA carry' s this kit .but you will need a drill with bits the kit will tell you what size and how to go about the job.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: threads stripped.
It is an odd size, I believe 9mm thread and Heli-coil makes a kit just for this job. I know because I have the kit at work! Try another Autozone or ask to speak to the manager and have him look it up, it does exist for sure. This is actually a pretty common problem. If you're still stuck tomorrow and I will dig up the part number and post it.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
pls take your car to the nearest service center, check the speedometer cable installed..it should have either been destroyed or it should have a loose contact..for second problem ask the service personnel to check the connections are tight enough with preferred torque
Posted on May 22, 2009
you can get replacement bolts and nuts at any auto parts store. just tell them what kind of car it is, and theyll match you up with the right ones. be sure to replace the studs and the nuts. theyre fairly inexpensive. to replace them, you remove thebrake drum or rotor, and simply use a hammer to pound them out backwards. or, they may be mounted on the cars spindle, rather then the rotor or drum. after you have them out, slip the new one into the hole. they must be pressed in, so its not gonna go in all the way. the easiest way to do it is to set it in the hole, put the nut on the threaded end, and just tighten up the nut. that will pull the stud all the way through the hole. then simply reinstall anything you removed from the car, and make sure there is a good amount of torque used to tighten the wheel down.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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