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Old 05-15-18, 04:50 PM
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Default Part number of the 10mm VVT (OCV) bolt?

1999 Lexus changing Bank 1 OCV. Misplaced/lost 10mm bolt that holds it in place. What is the part number or can I just pick something similar from an auto shop?
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All you will need is the dia, thread pitch and the length. They must be in metric system. 10mm is most likely the socket you are suing. eke

You can visit Lexus of Atlanta parts website to get the exact number. It would make sense to get it from your local Lexus dealer (to save on shipping) so might as well let them look it up.

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pull the bolt from your Bank 2 OCV and match it for an identical factory fit. If it has a 10mm bolt head, its typically a M6 dia and 1.0 pitch. ...compare for accuracy. In a pinch, you can get the approximate length by using a toothpick and marking the top. For something to be secured like the ocv, the bolt doesnt need to bottom out, just have enough threads to secure it in place. From my interpretation of the parts diagram it is 91631-60612

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Thank you guys. I found the bolt needed and checked it against the Bank 2 OCV to make sure. Installed the OCV and filter and things look good. CE is off.
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