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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-03-2018, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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ok one of the bolts does not want to tighten down like the rest I have a question who sells those bolts all I need is one. when I did a pan drop and filter change I noticed a thread pealing off. the rest of the bolts do not look like that one. if any way thank you for the help on trying to find the correct pan bolt. I don't want to strip the threads on the transmission on using a wrong bolt.
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If the bolt isn’t tightening down you more likely stripped the threads of the aluminum transmission case than the threads on the steel bolt.

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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-03-2018, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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I swapped the bolts around to see if I did and the others I swapped tightened down tightly. I am stumped
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ok I have replaced the bolt and holds down perfect now. but now the transmission pump took a dump on me what I mean is I had two leaks one from that messed up bolt and the seal on the pump I think. now it is toast. what can I use for a replacement
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I'd start here; this covers all of it:


http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...d.php?t=128800
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ok found two bolts that the threads and put in new threads. I do have a question I am looking for clutch pedals for another thunderbird work in progress. the owner pretty much put all his weight on the break and clutch to avoid a deer. only damage is that bar going through the pedals and a broken driver side mirror. I have a extra mirror. it has the 4.6 engine swap because he told me he tosted the v6 that was in it.
I am looking for the pedals. could I use one off of a newer mustang or do I need to find another supercharge one which is illusive if any one comes across one let me know
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