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Old 01-01-2005, 01:26 PM   #11
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Just talked to autozone, they said there is a washer or nut underneath my car that is causing my problem. So, gonna look for that now.
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Hmm -you got a T50 to work? I just removed the AL7'* from the parts car and I couldn't get a T50 to get in the head, and a T45 too small -had to borrow a T47 from a cousin.
Didn't have any retainers though -sounds like you might have messed up the threading.

Good luck with getting it out. At least that'* your only prob -mine involves a BIG mess of wiring and air lines integrated into the dash wiring harnesses, so I have some lovely dissections to do -both in my 1997 parts car and 1998 driver.
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I am probably going to look underneath the car later today and see if there are any nuts I can unscrew. Otherwise a interior shop or tapping out the bolt are options. Back seats went in easy, just had to use brute strength to get the bottom portion to fit on.
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OK, so anyways I am going to find some needle nose vice grips and grab on to that bolt from underneath the car, then twist from the top. If not, then I am going to cut the bolt head off so the bolt will drop to the bottom, then just use another bolt and make some new threads for it.

The piece holding the bolt together is a nut and washer that is molded together. Think of it like a Abe Lincoln hat....
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DAAAAMNNNNNNN! The stupid seat belt clipper is missing on the drivers side! Thats it, I am taking it into a shop tommarow and going to have them put the seats in and use my existing seatblet clips for the buckets. This is getting really annoying anymore
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