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Old 21 Jan 2016, 01:01 pm
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Old 21 Jan 2016, 01:07 pm
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You don't really want to know what went on behind the scenes.
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Old 21 Jan 2016, 01:18 pm
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Responses were deleted. I have screen shots and/or quotes of all of them but you really should contact and ask CREWZIN why your thread was closed.
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You don't really want to know what went on behind the scenes.
Sounds like a Washington press release! I think we all would like to know those very things.
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Well, I just got out from under the Cruiser and I think I found it.

Next to the starter there is flange on the exhaust, just below the O2 sensor. The bottom bolt on the flange was missing. The stud was the right size so I sinched it up. It seems like an odd place for a mounting stud since I don't see anything in the area that needs mounting. But in any case, the exhaust is secure now.

Nitro, I checked that hole by the BOV and it was empty. But it looks like it has been empty for a very long time.

I had already looked at the negative jump post, I just didn't know that's what it was. Never noticed that sticker before.

rckstein, the ground stud on the inside fender is much larger than my bolt.

I want to thank everyone that posted ideas. They were all helpful.
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Nice ya found it! Thanks for letting us know!
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Well, I just got out from under the Cruiser and I think I found it.

Next to the starter there is flange on the exhaust, just below the O2 sensor. The bottom bolt on the flange was missing. The stud was the right size so I sinched it up. It seems like an odd place for a mounting stud since I don't see anything in the area that needs mounting. But in any case, the exhaust is secure now.

Nitro, I checked that hole by the BOV and it was empty. But it looks like it has been empty for a very long time.

I had already looked at the negative jump post, I just didn't know that's what it was. Never noticed that sticker before.

rckstein, the ground stud on the inside fender is much larger than my bolt.

I want to thank everyone that posted ideas. They were all helpful.

Sounds like you've got this one solved.
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Thanks for the update. There has been an excessive number of closures and deleats overreach lately. So kind a hard to help folks that way So feel free to PM someone with you problems. I know I, like nitro will be glad to refer you to good help if we can't help you then and there. Enjoy your ride.
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Thanks guys.
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Well, I just got out from under the Cruiser and I think I found it.

Next to the starter there is flange on the exhaust, just below the O2 sensor. The bottom bolt on the flange was missing. The stud was the right size so I sinched it up. It seems like an odd place for a mounting stud since I don't see anything in the area that needs mounting. But in any case, the exhaust is secure now.

Nitro, I checked that hole by the BOV and it was empty. But it looks like it has been empty for a very long time.

I had already looked at the negative jump post, I just didn't know that's what it was. Never noticed that sticker before.

rckstein, the ground stud on the inside fender is much larger than my bolt.

I want to thank everyone that posted ideas. They were all helpful.
I'm glad you found it and nothing important departed from your PT. We were all guessing on the size of the fastener, I was trying to gauge it by your fingers, but not everyone has the same size fingers. If you run into this again in the future, try to take a picture of the object next to a ruler, so that everyone can see the size, could cut down on the number of guesses. But glad you found where it came from!
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