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    hey lads,,,i just sheared a bot on my throttle body while putting it back on after cleaning the throttle body,,it was one of the top ones,,,smaller one of the three,,, anyways put all back together and took car for a spin,,and all ok,,,any dangers of just leaving this bolt out ??

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    Doubt you will do any damage, but id replace the bolt anyway to ensure you have a air tight seal.

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