Help Please -Coil pack Thread/Nut size

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One of my coil pack bolt/nut broke and I need help finding the replacement or at least knowing the thread size? Can’t find almost any info or replacements about these at all?
 

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I don’t think a break down of almost every other part, bolt/nut is helpful tbh..
 

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Probably best to call the dealer as they have greater access to specific parts details.
I have no idea why the are not listing the EKO code for coil pack mount & nut specs.
It may be located somewhere else in the fiche, cant remember.
 

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It’s either thread 1.50 or 1.25. Varies by model year. It’s a 10mm nut. For what they cost at the hardware store you can buy one of each for under a buck.
 
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Most hardware stores have the Thread tester racks right in the hardware department - Take another coil bolt with you and see if it'll tell you what it is.

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One of these - If I'm understanding OP's question correctly

(Btw I HIGHLY recommend buying these for home shop use.)
 

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Most hardware stores have the Thread tester racks right in the hardware department - Take another coil bolt with you and see if it'll tell you what it is.

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One of these - If I'm understanding OP's question correctly

(Btw I HIGHLY recommend buying these for home shop use.)
Where did you get that? I would like one for my shop.
 

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I believe they are a 6mm ****** nut with a 1.0 pitch they take a 10mm wrench.
Those are the same thread and pitch as the bolts that as the intake M6X1.00. The coil bolts also secure the intake.
 

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Are these what you need, or do you need the stud too?
 

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Hi gang, This is the closest post thats recent to my conumdrum. went to replace all my coils and 3 of 6 of the coils the top nut wont come off and the whole nut,bolt, coil is coming off. Is it safe to just keep turning the bolt so i can either take it all off or get it high enough to fit a wrench on the bottom nut and get some leverage to try and get the top nut off?
 

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Hi gang, This is the closest post thats recent to my conumdrum. went to replace all my coils and 3 of 6 of the coils the top nut wont come off and the whole nut,bolt, coil is coming off. Is it safe to just keep turning the bolt so i can either take it all off or get it high enough to fit a wrench on the bottom nut and get some leverage to try and get the top nut off?
Yea. Bring the whole thing out so you can take it apart. I clamped mine in a vise.
 

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They are the bolts for your intake manifold. The top part is where the coils bolt onto. You can take it all the way out and put in a vice like "DadOSix" said. Here's a couple pictures to show you what the whole thing looks like.
 

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Update* you guys have given correct thread sizes. However, if anyone is trying to find the original studs (that bolt down into manifold and hold coil packs down as well) they have been discontinued since 2020! If you do find any at a dealer ship it’s super rare and you should just buy them all! Otherwise you’re gonna have to go to a hardware store and Frankenstein something to work!
 
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