[DML] Re: Captive nut for door striker pin
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[DML] Re: Captive nut for door striker pin



Hello.

The right rear fender.  Though you probably don't have to remove the 
fender completely to get the nut out.  You will, on the other hand, 
have to remove the fender to put the nut back on.  I think it's 
possible for the nut to fall out, if you've driven the car around. 

Rick.



 --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "L. Sandel" <ls@xxxx> wrote:
> Hypothetically speaking...
> 
> If through some small miracle, one were to dislodge the striker pin 
captive 
> nut and it were to fall somewhere into the body... which infill, 
interior, 
> or body panels should be removed to re-aquire said captive nut?  
Let us 
>




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