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Intake Manifold Ack
i have a van and the bracket that holds the altanator on the bolts broke and i drilled out the bolts and i put in heelycoils and i got it all together and it was running and then i push on the gas a little bit and someone out side of the van seen the piece move so i shut down the van and the bracket was loose and i looked at the back of the bracket and the heelycoils come out and are not in anymore so what should i do put in bigger bolts or what help please!!!!
Helicoil (thread inserts) are always a pain. I need more info before I can help much tho. If the holes that the helicoils is in are hogged oversize, then helicoils are always going to be a problem.
What kind of Van?
Are the stripped bolts in a bracket or are they in the block, or the alternator itself?
How mechanicaly inclined are you?
What tools do you have available?
Putting in bigger bolts might work, but you will play hob getting threads cut into the block if that is where the threads are.
Do you have a drill press, and threading tools?
Once I know what you have, I might be able to come up with something. An example. I had to repair an intake manifold that is very hard to find a replacement for. A previous repair had drilled the hole oversize (badly) and the isert they had glued in had pulled out. This is one of the bolts that hold the carburator down, so it has to work. The bolt is 5/16" that threads down into this. I ended up drilling the hole to 27/64" (tap drill size for 1/2") and threaded the hole to 1/2" -13. I took a 1 1/2" long 1/2" diameter bolt and locked it into my drill press. I drilled a hole thru the center of the bolt using a letter F drill bit. Then I took the bolt, coated it with a thin film of red Loctite and screwed it firmly down into the hole in the manifold. I took a grinder with a cutting wheel on it and cut the bolt off slightly above the face of the manifold. Then I ground the bolt down until it was flush with the manifold VERY CAREFULLY. Once that was done, I threaded the hole in the ceter of the bolt to 5/16" -18. Once done, I bolted the carburator ack on the engine and all was well.
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