lower push pin part number for belly pans

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    Lower push pin part number 6506132aa
     
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    THANK YOU!

    I'll post up in the part no. table of the wiki

    Is here a part number for the little screws in the front (the 4mm screws).... One of mine was busted off when I got the car (Fenkel inspection for sure). I had one very similar I used but I'd like to get a few of those too.
     
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    Added to the parts no. table in the Misc. section of the WIKI. Thanks DrBuick
     
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    Bolt is 6508332aa
     
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    Is this for the people that remove them with vice grips?
     
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    DrBuick, can you give us the PN for pins that hold ABS cover in place? I pulled mine off the add the radiator hose clamp and it was evident they had been off more then once.
     
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    I'd it's ok I will ask parts tomorrow they are getting the afternoon rush
     
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    DrBuick is 6508332aa the bigger bolt toward the rear of the belly pan (there are four) or the smaller screw near the front (5 of those). I'm looking for part number of smaller screw but I'm told it isn't available separately (only with belly pan).

    I just checked 6508332aa is the larger bolt.

    Can you see if the smaller screw is available separately.... Please.
     
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    You don't use vice grips. I only have three tools... Screwdriver, hammer and vicegrip. What else do you need?

    Took a while to hammer the oil filter off. Tough filter!
     
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    You doing it wrong. HAMMER the SCREWDRIVER into the filter. Then grab it with VICEGRIPS. Then there are couple of steps I forget, but it ends with "set it on fire" with a PROPANE TORCH. So add that one to your list of tools.
     
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    Don't laugh.. I've done that once or twice on various beaters out of necessity (the hammer the screwdriver through the filter portion -- not the torch LOL)
     

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