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Lost the bolt holding the alternator. Need to know what size of bolt to buy to fix it.

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If all else go to dealer and get

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

  • craig Apr 03, 2011

    you also forgot to mention what make and model,motor type of vehicle as this is important

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the head size for socket size or actual bolt spec.?
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