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I am in need of this long bolt that goes thru the mount near the thermostat housing in early 90's 3.3 engines. Let me explain further:

There is a bracket on the passenger right (your left) engine cylinder head that goes to the motor mount. There is a long bolt that goes thru, with a bolt on the other end. I do not have any idea how long it is. If you have a wreaked or junk vehicle with this engine, I could sure use the length of that bolt. A nut should not be hard to find, as well. Looks like the head size is 15MM.??

Any help on this Holiday weekend is deeply appreciated!
 

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I am in need of this long bolt that goes thru the mount near the thermostat housing in early 90's 3.3 engines. Let me explain further:

There is a bracket on the passenger right (your left) engine cylinder head that goes to the motor mount. There is a long bolt that goes thru, with a bolt on the other end. I do not have any idea how long it is. If you have a wreaked or junk vehicle with this engine, I could sure use the length of that bolt. A nut should not be hard to find, as well. Looks like the head size is 15MM.??

Any help on this Holiday weekend is deeply appreciated!
No worries! Found the right size bolt and corrected the problem I was having. It's all good.
 

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Glad to hear it, Mike. You get that odometer fixed yet?
 

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Glad to hear it, Mike. You get that odometer fixed yet?
Nope. Have not had time to get to boneyard to grab a speedo. It will be very soon Thanks!
 

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I just yesterday replaced the front mount on my '03 GC 3.3. It was not difficult at all because it is easily reached from underneath the front bumper. The hardest part was getting the old bolts out but that is because I am an old wimp with not many muscles left!

The others appear to be much more of a challenge but I could see this one was cracked when I repaired the fascia.
 
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