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Old 06-29-14, 09:03 AM   #1
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I was driving home and went over a hump in the road and when I passed over it I heard something come loose and bang the under carriage of my car. When I got under it to identify the problem I noticed that this bolt in the attached pics came off. can anyone help me identify the bolt part number so I can replace it?
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Old 06-29-14, 09:40 AM   #2
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That's the front crossmember the bolt goes into and I would not drive the car until you replace it. What year is the vehicle?
http://www.lexussouthatlantaparts.co...rimLevel=19107

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Old 06-29-14, 09:54 AM   #3
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It is a 92
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Same concept, it's a bolt for the front cross member.
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Right!
But I'm trying to figure out what the OEM part number for the bolt is though.
The dealers are closed out here so I am trying to find it online but they keep asking for the part number of the bolt and I don't have it
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Look on the diagram in the link i posted.
http://www.lexussouthatlantaparts.co...rimLevel=19107
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Old 06-29-14, 01:11 PM   #7
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I appreciate it.
I've seen this diagram, but it looks as if it is only showing the bolts for the side of the crossmember.
There are two bolts on the side, 1 in the front and 1 in the rear.
I need the bolt for the rear side.
In the diagram I only located the 2 for the side.
I emailed the Lexus dealer, maybe they can shed some insight into that bolt on the rear.
I can't find it anywhere
I'm only finding the crossmember for sale n I just need the bolt.
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why not take the other bolt out and go to the hardware store and get one??
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Old 06-29-14, 03:27 PM   #9
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That is actually my next step tomorrow if the dealer is charging an arm n a leg for the bolt.
I will pay a few dollars more if I can do less work.
I'm assuming that if I have both bolts off of the backside then it is going to knock my alignment off.
Good idea tho
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I didnt mean to drive that car..... everybody has a friend.
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Old 06-29-14, 08:24 PM   #11
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I wouldn't be driving the car with both bolts off. I can't even drive it now with the one bolt missing. I was saying that I assume if I remove both bolts there would be no support to keep my alignment in tact, forcing me to realign it. Where as if I just replace the one bolt that is missing I might be able to slide by without having to do so.
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that's not a crossmember bolt, it's a rack mounting bolt. Still not drivable without it.

'92 part numbers:
90119-12173 for the bolts
90179-12113 for the nuts
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