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Perhaps #39 in the diagram.
So any further info of screws that I should know? After checking a few forum that shows the dialock diagram, it says M6-1.0 Not sure what it means.Hi, and welcome to the forum.
It doesn't appear Honda sells those screws (bolts) separately, only the complete assembly.
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Maybe you can try going to a good hardware store with one of your old ones to find a match for length, diameter and thread pitch.
I think he meant the screw heads were stripped, not the threads. The heads of all 12 factory screws stripped when I removed my door actuators this spring. I had to drill every one of them out, so I replaced them with the above-mentioned screws, and put antiseize on them to prevent them from sticking next time. They also have hex-heads instead of Philips head, so hopefully I can get more torque with them if needed.If the holes are stripped/damaged I would run a small tap making new threads one size up preferably with standard threads unless you want metric threads.
I tried both an electric impact driver and a hammer-actuated impact driver, and both of them stripped the heads. I think the metal of the original screws was just too soft and also had rust/corrosion on part of the threads when I finally got them out, so I think they just used inferior metal on the screws, coupled with 17 years of rust from being located in the door.I wonder if it's a good rule-of-thumb to take an impact driver to old Phillips screws when removing them to prevent stripping.
Thanks for the info. Will check with Lowe’s. I had tried H.D. but non available.If you're in a hurry and would rather pick them up in town instead of ordering, Lowe's has stainless steel screws that are the same size and pitch, Hillman M6-1.00x25 and they sell them in the specialty fastener section. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Hillman-6mm-1-x-25mm-Allen-Drive-Cap-Screws-2-Count/50016890