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Old 05-03-2020, 07:50 PM #1
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OEM Denso alternator pulley nut size?

Hey all,

I recently rebuilt my alternator and apparently didn't torque the pulley nut enough. After hearing a buzzing/rattling from the engine bay, I popped the hood and discovered that the alternator belt was off. Found that the pulley nut was nowhere to be found.

Does anyone know the spec for the nut? I'm finding both M14 and 22mm online, and with no mention of thread pitch. I'd prefer to know which part I'm getting before venturing to the hardware store.

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I can't speak to the length of the bolt, but I believe the part number is 90105-10101. It looks like it's only about $3, so I would just buy the OEM part rather than hope you can find something that is the right size at the hardware store. For what it's worth, M14 and 22mm are the same size. The M14 is the diameter of the bolt (14mm) while the 22mm is the socket size of the head (assuming the bolt follows DIN standards, if it follows ISO standards, an M14 bolt would have a 21mm head).
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