So, my son comes up to me the other day and says his car is making a weird noise from the belts. I checked the accessory belts and they looked good so i pulled the front timing cover and found this.
Today i started tearing into it and notice some of the bolts were missing and/or wrong. The bolts that hold the plastic pieces of the wheel well were wrong and 1 (of the 3) 17mm nuts that hold the motormount to the bracket was missing. Needless to say i figured out where it went.
The guy i bought the car from said he had the 120k done at 112k miles. I guess they figured a dropped nut wasn't such a big deal. It will be fixed tomorrow.
I'm just glad we found it before the engine got toasted. It was done at a local speed shop here in San Antonio that i wouldn't recommend to anyone.
'92 Stealth RT/TT-
IPS EVO3 16g's, FMIC, E-Manage Ultimate and other supporting goodies
'92 Stealth RT/TT -
A few pretty parts but mostly stock
'03 Ram 2500 Cummins -
K&N, gutted intake tube, Edge Juice W/Attitude, 5" exhaust, Full replacement bumper.