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Old 01-02-2001, 11:07 PM
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Location: Carol Stream, Il, USA
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I had belly pan screw break on me when I went to screw it back on after an oil change. The broken screw was corroded. I purchased new screw from the dealer and applied antiseize compound to all of the belly pan screws. Now the screws go in and out freely. I also apply antiseize compound to my lug bolts, engine drain plug, and other bolts as required. This makes easy work of removing screws/bolts.
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