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Old 09-28-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I noticed the airconditioner on my 94 bonneville was rocking and when I took a closer look at it, It appears that there is only 1 bolt holding it in place.

Anybody have any idea what the tread and length of the bolt is? also does it go in from the front or the back?

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Tyically there'* three bolts on the front and two at the back. And on the Series II (which I'm most familiar with) the bolts are probably M10 x 1.50. Say 1.5-2" in length.
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