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SetYourBodyAblaze 11-04-2012 10:06 PM

Reinstalled stock airbox.....missing hardware...
So after having some issues with my K&N short ram, I've decided enough is enough and am returning it to the stock setup. Only problem is I'm missing some screws from the stock set up.

First up is where the MAF hooks up to the air box as seen here
Anyone know what size of screw/bolt I need to reattach it?

Also I am missing two of the four screws that attach the top of the airbox to the bottom, here is an example of one of them.
Again anyone know the size of these?

Are these things that would be carried at a dealership, or am I going to have to go searching through the screw/bolt isle at Home Depot? or elsewhere?

pasta 11-12-2012 06:21 PM

try tousley ford they have diagrams of parts

riteonparts 11-12-2012 10:34 PM

i have those bolts all the time and do that for people

Mr.Bergner 11-13-2012 12:20 AM

I would definitely try a junk yard if you have one near by. I recently went back to a stock intake as well but bought everything from a junk yard for 10 bucks! However I had to go to 4 different focus's parted out to find everything.

But I want to say the MAF tube screws were T10 torx with very aggressive thread pitch (sorry can't be specific). The airbox you could easily go to a True Value (if you have them) to buy what you need since you already have two of them. But yeah, junk yards. A Focus owners best friend.

riteonparts 11-13-2012 07:03 AM

i am a ford focus processor
i have anything focus you want in 1 place

Puke 11-22-2012 11:05 PM

It might prove difficult to find those fasteners at a junk yard as the good engines are usually pulled along with all of the parts and screws. Never hurts to try though. Those bolts will be really easy to source at a true hardware store (not Lowes or Home Depot).

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