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Old 10-16-2018, 05:21 PM   #1
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Default Block Heater Bolt

I just purchased a used OEM block heater for my 2002 SC but it did not come with a mounting bolt. Does anyone have the size/thread for this bolt so I can pick one up at the local hardware store?

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Default Re: Block Heater Bolt

Just took a look at my block, an 8mm 1.25 goes in, and the bolt hole is a good 30mm deep. An 8mm 1.25 20 or 25mm should work. The length of the bolt is probably for transferring the heat into the block, so I would try the 25 or 30mm length bolt.

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Old 10-17-2018, 03:06 PM   #3
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Excellent, thank you!

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Default Re: Block Heater Bolt

The bolt that came with my yet to be installed block heater is 20mm long,same diameter and pitch as above.This was N.O.S purchased long ago . This maybe the year!

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