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Old 09-10-2015, 09:37 AM   #1
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Angry Bonnie Arms Loose - Rack & Pin Off Rack - :(

Please Help Folks. My Bonneville Rack & Pin Just came off the Hook where it sits on the Sub/K Frame On the Passengers side. It started after I made a Left U turn. So now whenever I turn the steering either way I keep hearing this Pop/Thump noise and the car Lifts up. So I Immediately Stopped Driving it And Parked it. No Oil Leaks or anything. I See some grease splash on the Passengers side tho, But that was from Last Year when I hit a curb, nothing to scary on that side.
So what happened is, the thingy the Rack sits on to hold it in Place to the Sub-Frame, one of them has an open End, So I guessing it snapped off or something, I Could possibly Pop it back it, But with one of them Having an Open end its gonna pop out again. Now, sI don't know if there'* a nut that holds it in Place? If so what size is it? But I could be wrong.. So what holds the Rack in Place? If any...
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So Does that Mean that no one knows the Bolt Size that Holds the Rack & Pin To The Frame?.
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There are two bolts that hold the rack to the frame.....they are the same size....
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There are two bolts that hold the rack to the frame.....they are the same size....
I Believe They Are the same size too... So what size are they??

Don't These cars have FSM Of the Engine??, That Should have info on this issue.... I have looked on here, but can't find anything...

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