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I have a 2015 Chevy Cruze LT. One of the shops tightened them to the point of stripping. I am trying to find the proper ones.

Can anybody help point me in the right direction, please? It's hard to get them on and off.
 

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The top of the bolts, so I can't screw them in properly. They also are coming loose again. And thank you.
You should be able to get a replacement from you local GM parts department.

Out of curious how did you strip the bolt? Where you using the wrong size hex/torn? ( I Forget if it's a hex bit or a torx bit?)
 

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Welcome to the forum.

The bolt threads are stripped?

OR

The bung threads on the Ignition coil are stripped?
You should be able to get a replacement from you local GM parts department.

Out of curious how did you strip the bolt? Where you using the wrong size hex/torx?
They were stripped when I got them from the shop. When I tried unscrewing them, they were extremely tight so it stripped them a little more. Had to hammer a new pattern in to get them out. Any chance you know what size they are?
You should be able to get a replacement from you local GM parts department.

Out of curious how did you strip the bolt? Where you using the wrong size hex/torn? ( I Forget if it's a hex bit or a torx bit?)
The shop tightened them in too much. They stripped a little more trying to get them out. One of them had to have a new pattern hammered in. Any chance you know the size for it?
 

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They were stripped when I got them from the shop. When I tried unscrewing them, they were extremely tight so it stripped them a little more. Had to hammer a new pattern in to get them out. Any chance you know what size they are?


The shop tightened them in too much. They stripped a little more trying to get them out. One of them had to have a new pattern hammered in. Any chance you know the size for it?
Not off the top of my head. You should be able to get a replacement from GM though.
 

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eBay sleuthing got me to this part number: 11098802. Looks like CARiD has them for $2.50/ea ... plus tax and $12 shipping.

eBay listings have them for as low as $11 shipped right now (for a single bolt). But like others have said, check to see if your local Chevy (or Buick since it's shared with the Encore's 1.4L engine) dealer has them in stock.
 
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