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Old 25-07-17, 03:09 PM   #1
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Default Help! Excess engine bolt!

Please help!
After replacing the clutch, I cracked the differential housing while torquing the bolts. To replace it I had to remove the engine bracket, right side wheel/brake/drive shaft. After replacing the housing and putting everything back together I was left with this:
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I can not for the life of me figure out where it goes, but I suspect it has something to do with the engine suspension/brackets, since it feels like the engine wobbles when I start it up.

Any help and/or tips are much appreciated!

Thank you!

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The car in question is a 2005 Peugeot 307 SW GRIFFE 2.0

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Old 25-07-17, 06:55 PM   #2
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Looks like a subframe bolt to me
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Looks like a subframe bolt to me
Thank you for your reply!

I just looked over the subframe, I can't find any missing bolts. Also, I have not been doing any work on the subframe. I only removed the parts connected to the drive shaft so that I could replace the differential housing.

Any other ideas?

Do you want me to take pictures of any parts?
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The only other long bolts I can think of in that area are for the rear mount and it's torsion bar

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You disturbed more than the drive shaft as you replaced the diff casing!!
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