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Old 01-20-2011, 04:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does anyone have 6 spare torque converter bolts for a 3vz a340?

I seem to have lost my torque converter bolts during the engine swap and the ones I thought were the TC bolts aren't threading in.
Does anyone have a spare one they can tell me thread pitch of? OR have all 6 that I can buy from them?
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1st off, ONE is different...


2nd, you tried the dealer? It'll prolly be cheaper and faster...
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I seem to have lost my torque converter bolts during the engine swap and the ones I thought were the TC bolts aren't threading in.

oy-vey....

Do you know what bolt goes in 1st that centers the TC to the flywheel?

...And have you tried that yet?
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Old 01-20-2011, 05:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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have tried dealer.
A few days out on special order.

I'm not talking about the flex plate bolts that thread into the crank, I'm talking about the bolts that thread into the torque converter.
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the thread to all 6 bolts is 9 x 1.25 but one has like a shoulder to it at the end of the threads (between threads and head), and is a different color than the rest
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i found them on a shelf with my spare flex plate. my good buddy moved the spare parts when we were cleaning up and i luckily found them after only a short time of looking. they are indeed 9x1.25. i have some spare flex bolts, too! thanks everyone
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