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3800 Coolant Drain on Engine? by don297
Started on: 01-18-2014 04:57 PM
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Last post by: don297 on 01-19-2014 12:47 PM
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So theres a bolt next to the crank pulley, on the right, when removed coolant drains from it. Problem is that when i took my engine apart, i didn't label which bolt goes there. the only one I have left that will fit is identical to the engine mount bolts on the left side of the engine. (It has some kind of washer on it) Is this the proper bolt to use? If so, anyone know torque specs or if i should use threadlocker on it?
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My engine has no original bolts whatso ever, I just matched up threads and measured and ordered online or hardware store... Use whatever bolt matches and use thread SEALANT on bolts that go into coolant passages.

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Originally posted by sco77:

My engine has no original bolts whatso ever, I just matched up threads and measured and ordered online or hardware store... Use whatever bolt matches and use thread SEALANT on bolts that go into coolant passages.



Would threadlocker blue work as a sealant?
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