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Old 10th June 2010, 12:51   #21
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How about the manifold heat shield bolts on a VTR Mk2, 4x ??
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Old 10th June 2010, 12:54   #22
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Good shout on the bolts.

I'm pretty busy at the moment - after fcs I'll add in the exhaust bolts/nuts on vtr/vts
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Sticked, thanks
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Just a reminder to myself to add the following:

gearbox-engine bolts
brake union sizes at mc, calipers, load valve, front + rear flexi's - TO DO
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Old 22nd June 2010, 19:03   #25
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First post updated

any other bolts wanted?
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Old 14th July 2010, 23:32   #26
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dude this is a fecking awsome thread! I asked you for this info only a little while ago iirc?

Could include links to companies that make Stainless, BZP, aliminium and titanium replacement items??? I like the pro bolt place you linked me!!! shiney shizzle!

On the bolt replacing fetish side of things I replaced the...
windscreen wiper nuts
nuts on the MC
the one holding the alternator power cable on
and the Strutt top nuts

they are all the same nut bit I dont know the dimensions...

I appologise in advance if some of these are included, i didnt read everything in the first post
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Old 22nd July 2010, 00:52   #27
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pro bolt are offering 2 different diameters of M6 washers on their site, im sure it will be 12mm diameter needed for JP4 covers though il be measuring tomorrow before ordering

EDIT : 12mm does the job fine for all of the bolts in question
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Old 7th August 2010, 20:54   #28
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Any idea on alternator bolt sizes mate? One long one short for vts

Wouldbe awesome!
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Old 23rd October 2010, 11:56   #29
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I know that the posts below were done a little while ago, but for completeness sake I thought I'd reply.

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dude this is a fecking awsome thread! I asked you for this info only a little while ago iirc?

Could include links to companies that make Stainless, BZP, aliminium and titanium replacement items??? I like the pro bolt place you linked me!!! shiney shizzle!

On the bolt replacing fetish side of things I replaced the...
windscreen wiper nuts M8
nuts on the MC M8
the one holding the alternator power cable on M8
and the Strutt top nuts M8

they are all the same nut bit I dont know the dimensions...

I appologise in advance if some of these are included, i didnt read everything in the first post
ProBolt are the only place that I know of that have such a huge range of different types of nuts/bolts/washers in different materials/colours etc. I'd stick to buying them from there tbh.

I've added the nut sizes above, all standard M8 nuts, just fit them with a washer if getting some fancy nuts.

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pro bolt are offering 2 different diameters of M6 washers on their site, im sure it will be 12mm diameter needed for JP4 covers though il be measuring tomorrow before ordering

EDIT : 12mm does the job fine for all of the bolts in question
Thanks mate, 12mm does seem a little large, but if they fit fine then all's good

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Any idea on alternator bolt sizes mate? One long one short for vts

Wouldbe awesome!
I've got to re-install the Citroen software on my computer, once I've done it I'll update this post with the dimensions of them (even though you're probably sorted now )

EDIT - LONG BOTTOM BOLT - M10x1.50 - 90mm long
SHORT TOP BOLT - M8x1.25 - 35mm long
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Old 21st December 2010, 18:19   #30
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yeah sounds good
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Old 7th January 2011, 22:16   #31
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Very helpful guide Ross!!! Thanks
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hi do you know the size of the bolts for the front seat subframes,rear seat belt bolts and lower rear engine mount

cheers mate
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Old 18th February 2011, 10:26   #33
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Hello mates!!
You know a size the bolt on the exhaust manifold that attaches on the trasmission??
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Old 24th February 2011, 16:51   #34
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Rocker cover stud - Citroen 0250 60 - £0.29 + VAT each - x2 needed
Rocker cover cap nut - Citroen 0250 62 - £1.05 + VAT each - x2 needed

Just wondering the prices are on these but where do i get them from? citroen garage?
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Old 10th September 2011, 20:57   #35
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This is a handy topic!

Maybe you could also add the bolt size for the knock-sensor on a TU5j4.
As the previous owner of my tu5j4 engine also made this mistake
The original bolt is a M8x1.00! not m8x1.25
I have repaired it with a helicoil because i hate it when the thread is damaged.

For the aluminium tu3jp (1.4 8v right?) it is m8x1.25 (not 100% sure).
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Ross do you still have the Citroen software,

If so could you find out what size the bolt is that attaches the seat belt to the a pillar high up?

I've stripped the thread and need to repair it, so if anyone can help it will be greatly appreciated!


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I dont have the software anymore - might be worth phoning a citroen parts as the software normally told you the thread pitch and diameter alongside the part number.

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I dont have the software anymore - might be worth phoning a citroen parts as the software normally told you the thread pitch and diameter alongside the part number.

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I found it with some trial and error, it's a 7/16 UNF thread if anybody needs it in the future


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