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underdog67
    
What's causing my drive shaft bolt to loosen?
I constantly have to tighten the drive shaft bolt of my 94 Ford Mustang. How can I remedy this?
posted: July 6, 2012
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
check for wear ,you did not say if flange bolt or pinnion nut ,if isis the pinion nut the crush sleve beteen bearings could need replacing. try lock tight on the threads will hold most bolts in place.
posted:  July 8, 2012
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lennysr
    
Try some locktight, can find it at a carquest store
posted:  July 9, 2012
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