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Valve Cover Bolts

Does anybody know what size tap I need for the valve cover bolts holes? I changed out the valve cover seals on the passenger side and I either got some RTV in the threads or stripped them and now I hve 2 screws that do not want to go in.

It's a 2001 Xterra 3.3l I believe
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Yep, M6x1.0 and the bolts themselves are 25mm.
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Does anybody know what size tap I need for the valve cover bolts holes? I changed out the valve cover seals on the passenger side and I either got some RTV in the threads or stripped them and now I hve 2 screws that do not want to go in.

It's a 2001 Xterra 3.3l I believe


Did you have to change out the seals because of leaking? My wife's just started leaking on the passenger side and I'm trying to figure out if I can just change the gasket or if there is something else wrong.
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Probably just the gaskets are old and hard. Easy to replace and is fairly common as a leak generator.
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post #6 of 6 Old 11-12-2012, 11:37 AM
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Also just try hand tightening them first as they are known to come loose. Don't put your shoulder into it or anything cause its just aluminum.
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