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Identify missing screw

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In the process of cleaning the MAF sensor in my 63-plate Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi (115), I dropped one of the mounting screws into the engine bay.

Does the screw have a specific technical designation that I can use in order to source a replacement?

I've attached a photo of where the missing screw should live (highlighted in red); in the photo, I've highlighted in green the twin screw (bolt?).

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Stoney,

Thanks for the response. Is there any way of seeing what makes up a MAF kit, that you know of? Something like a parts list?


Basically, I'm hoping that Ford reuse the same parts (i.e. the screws here) for efficiency purposes; if I can get a technical designation or description for it, I can search around.

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The Ford parts system (Microcat) does not show the bolts as seperate items and therefore no size information is available.
3 options-
1, go to Ford and pay through the nose for a full maf kit.
2, take out the remaining bolt and get some hardware shop to match a replacement one up.
3, go to a scrappy with a screwdriver and scrounge one out of a scrapped car (most Ford models and many Volvo's use the same maf so bolts should match).

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