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hardware/ threads faq

foggyjames

Ryan's spanner monkey
Joined
Jan 22, 2004
Location
Lincoln, UK
If you're talking about an LH2.4 engine (1990+?), you need the blank to be in the starter hole with number one piston at TDC.

cheers

James
 

foggyjames

Ryan's spanner monkey
Joined
Jan 22, 2004
Location
Lincoln, UK
If you're talking about an LH2.4 engine (1990+?), you need the blank to be in the starter hole with number one piston at TDC.

cheers

James
 

cleanflametrap

Active member
Joined
Sep 3, 2009
Location
near baltimore
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FI temp sensor threads LH2.0/2.2/2.4 (ECT)
 
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smokeyfan1000

Guest
240 steering wheel nut- 27mm deep socket (hope not a repost)
True , Also, just so happens that a standard 1 1/16 deep socket will also fit steering wheel nut, in case metric socket is unavailable
 

242Bleek

k-jet groupie
Joined
Jul 18, 2005
Location
Brooksville/Tampa, FL
Just thought id throw this out there. I need to know the thread size on the one coolant pipe plug that comes on the 16v head by the temp sensors. Id like to assume it's 1/4" npt but I could be wrong, just need to be sure
 

BLS

New member
Joined
Aug 23, 2007
Location
Manassas, VA
Starter bolts

Didn't see the starter bolts in this FAQ. I had to cut off the heads and then lost the rest during my slow rebuild job on a 1990 240DL.
 

Fuse

New member
Joined
Oct 16, 2004
Location
Finland
What's the thread size for an EGR thermostat valve in redblocks. It's the one below intake manifold and has two vacuum ports. It goes in to the head next to the temp sensors.

Thread is tapered so I would suspect NPT but if someone knows for sure..
 
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