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Author Subject: things that hold coil packs in place
mikeygti6

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Post #1
Where the best place to get the little metal things that hold the coil packs in place and how much roughly
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:07
welshpug!

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Post #2
you mean the M5 bolts?

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Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:10
mr swampy s16

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Post #3
What the bolts?
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:10
rich_w

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Post #4
welshpug! wrote:
you mean the M5 bolts?



They are M6 x 20 Wink

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Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:11
mr swampy s16

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Post #5
rich_w wrote:
welshpug! wrote:
you mean the M5 bolts?



They are M6 x 20 Wink

welsh is confusd with the 106gti or saxo
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:15
welshpug!

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probably, been working on a bloody diesel all weekend LOL

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Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:18
mikeygti6

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Post #7
Not the bolts the actual metal things the bolts fit into
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:18
mikeygti6

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Post #8
Not the bolts the actual metal things the bolts fit into
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:18
mikeygti6

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Post #9
Not the bolts the actual metal things the bolts fit into
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:19
mikeygti6

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Post #10
The metal things the bolts fit into
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:21
welshpug!

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that's called the "cylinder head"

Huh?

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Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:21
mikeygti6

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Post #12
No theres like 8 small metal things that fit the coil packs to the outsides they got holes in either end
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:28
mr swampy s16

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Picture?
You have lost me.
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:31
mikeygti6

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I havent got a pic but ill get one u sell the brake lines aswell do u cause mine r corroded
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:36
jonnie205

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cam carriers Crazy
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:42
mikeygti6

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Post #16
I think there called the coil pack mounts they go to each of the coil packs that secure them in place
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:43
mr swampy s16

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Post #17
Pictures!
Cant recall seeing any part that resembler meccano
Posted 1st Nov 2010 at 01:48
joevts

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Post #18
jonnie205 wrote:
cam carriers Crazy


yup. that's what the coilpacks are bolted to Unsure
Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:16
owain

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Oh God, not again!

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Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:25
jonnie205

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Post #20
i have a feeling you have a non RS engine and somebody has bodged some brackets up to make the coil packs fit, the non RS engines have no coil pack mounts and i have seen this done before
Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:29
lotek

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Post #21
FFS !! TAKE A f*ckING PICTURE YOU MORONIC TWAT!!!

This is the 2nd friggin time!!!

Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:34
bennn

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Post #22
He didnt seem to get it the first time round that no one else has the brakets on their engine!

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Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:34
lotek

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Post #23
look,
Your Car has been bodged ,

So unless we see a picture of the bodged job its IMPOSSIBLE to Know what is wrong with it!!!!

take the advice from the FIRST thread you posted and TAKE A PICTURE

Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:37
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Post #24
lotek wrote:
FFS !! TAKE A f*ckING PICTURE YOU MORONIC TWAT!!!

This is the 2nd friggin time!!!



bennn wrote:
He didnt seem to get it the first time round that no one else has the brakets on their engine!


lotek wrote:
look,
Your Car has been bodged ,

So unless we see a picture of the bodged job its IMPOSSIBLE to Know what is wrong with it!!!!

take the advice from the FIRST thread you posted and TAKE A PICTURE



There was only a matter of minutes between the question being asked between the two threads.

He states in the other thread that he's got someone to sort it out and he hasnít posted on this thread since so there's not a lot of point in berating him further.

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Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:47
owain

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The part number you require is EOS 400D.

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Posted 5th Nov 2010 at 17:47

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