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Old 07-04-2003, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default Stripped Engine Mount Bolt.....HELP

i over torqued the 17mm bolt that holds in the driver sider motor mount and it stripped the threads on the mut thats welded into the frame of the car (1992 Civic Hatch).......the bolt is now being held in place by only about 25% of the threads that are left on the nut........the rest of the nut is smooth i need to know if this is safe enought to hold the motor in, and if it isnt what can i do
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God bless ..I've never seen that or heard about that happen ..You must have put like 300 lbs of tq on that biyatch!
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If anything thread another nut on the remaining part of the bolt, throw some threadlock on and some vice grips to hold it while you torque the bolt, should hold.
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Default Re: Stripped Engine Mount Bolt.....HELP (xEGxB18Cx)

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i over torqued the 17mm bolt that holds in the driver sider motor mount and it stripped the threads on the mut thats welded into the frame of the car (1992 Civic Hatch).......the bolt is now being held in place by only about 25% of the threads that are left on the nut........the rest of the nut is smooth i need to know if this is safe enought to hold the motor in, and if it isnt what can i do
drill the nut off
go to the hardware store, buy a nut and washer
problem solved if your worried about it
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