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Thread: MKIV Jetta 2.0L Exhaust Manifold Heat Shield bolts

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    MKIV Jetta 2.0L Exhaust Manifold Heat Shield bolts

    Can anyone tell me the size of the 5 bolts to attach the exhaust manifold heat shield on an MKIV 2.0L jetta?

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    Google 7zap and look for the part listing. It probably tells you the size, if not Google the part number and find somewhere it's listed. Or just order them from the dealer, because it easy and probably not very expensive for 5 bolts (though who knows, really. I often wish I'd stayed with BMW for the cheaper parts!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZDubNurd View Post
    Google 7zap and look for the part listing. It probably tells you the size, if not Google the part number and find somewhere it's listed. Or just order them from the dealer, because it easy and probably not very expensive for 5 bolts (though who knows, really. I often wish I'd stayed with BMW for the cheaper parts!)
    Thanks for the 7zap tip! I didn't know a site like that existed.

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