|10-05-2017, 08:11 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: Durham, NC
99 SW1 - Possibly useful info
I somehow lost the bolt that holds the fan to the radiator - despite putting it into a magnetic parts dish as soon as I took it out! Couldn't find anything to fit; the last one I had like that(old and brown, from the misc. fasteners box), I put into that same place when I replaced the radiator 2 days ago. Apparently, that bolt was missing when I bought the car 2 months ago.
Today, I was replacing the fan motor (which was working before I replaced the radiator - go figure). Luckily, there was one of the blind-nut clips left from the radiator package. Took that to Home Depot (parts stores were already closed) and matched a bolt to the threaded clip.
It turned out to be 6.0mm x 1.0 x 20mm long. You might need to know that someday.
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|10-06-2017, 02:51 PM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Re: 99 SW1 - Possibly useful info
I wrote it in the FSM next to the correct drawing on Page 302, Cooling System.
...although, I can tell you that, as you are reading this, that particular bolt on my SC2 is comfortably slathered in energy suspensions assembly paste mixed with antiseize.
Competition Clutch 10Lb. Flywheel. 14 stalls to date (and loving it).
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