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Old 08-02-2021, 07:24 PM   #1
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I am missing the screws that attach the ac lines to the firewall. Through some research I found out the part number for the screw is 01466-00071. I would like to go to Home Depot and get a equivalent but I canít find any information on the part number of the screw. Does anyone know how to find out the size and length for screw 01466-00071?
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That just looks like a short self tapping sheet metal screw to me.


Anyone else???
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Yep, there about 1/2'-5/8" long. 10mm head IIRC and they go into plastic snaps in the firewall. some holes are actual bolts like the fender bolts.

If you go here... https://www.ebay.com/itm/NISSAN-PICK...6209490?_ul=IL

You'll see the bracket for the AC line above the e-brake hole.
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I am missing the screws that attach the ac lines to the firewall. Through some research I found out the part number for the screw is 01466-00071. I would like to go to Home Depot and get a equivalent but I can’t find any information on the part number of the screw. Does anyone know how to find out the size and length for screw 01466-00071?
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Thanks for the offer SciFiGuy. I already have the factory service manual. Someone on this board was nice enough to send it to me. I’m not positive but I think it was you.
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The screw is .800" long
The shank is .600" long
The major diameter is .225"
The minor diameter is .175"




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The screw is .800" long
The shank is .600" long
The major diameter is .225"
The minor diameter is .175"




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Wow! VOTS95 thank you for taking the time to get the measurements. This site is awesome.
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Thanks to the dimensions given by VOTS95 I was able to determine 1/2 inch long number 12 sheet metal screws worked great as a replacement and fit good.
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