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Help: 2 Small Pin/dowels Left Over... After Waterpump/intake Rebuild


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R32 GTR

I have just about finished assembly and have two small dowels left over! >ah crap<

Been following workshop manual and Nissan Fast diagrams.

They are the same size as the two that hold the throttle bar on top of hte collector/plenum. They are shorter than the ones the go between the throttle bodies and the plenum.

I originally took the water pump off, and ended up disassembling the entire intake side down to the block - had some leaking gaskets and dodgy water hoses. Even took thermostat off.

if anyone knows where these two suckers go please let me know. I dont want to undo everything to find out.

Thanks

John

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