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Steering rack bolt help

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by nastyneight, Jul 27, 2015.

  1. Jul 27, 2015 at 2:06 PM
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    nastyneight

    nastyneight [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Having a heck of a time finding a bolt for my steering rack. Started last month I replaced my bushings with energy suspension bushings. I did the cut the bolt instead of move AC compressor. I had preorderd bolt from Toyota using part number from another thread on the forum. The bolt was a good inch to short. I used a bolt I had to get by (but want a OEM bolt). I figured that maybe mis package or something, so I went back to toyota and me and parts guy confirmed the part number, and reordered, with same issue to short. When I found out first was to short I did compare to the stock one I was reusing and they were different. So question is am I a idiot and missing something, or anything?
     
  2. Jul 27, 2015 at 6:35 PM
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    I too will be replacing my rack bushings with Energy Suspension parts. How difficult was it for you? Not looking forward to laying on back for hours. Have read many threads on proper procedures and pretty much am ready to jump in soon.
    When you figure out the correct part number for the bolt please post it for all. Also did you have to replace the power steering seals? If you did do you have the part #'s
     
  3. Jul 27, 2015 at 6:39 PM
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    I did not have to replace any seals, Mine was part of a whole front end redo, I had axles, diff, Lower arms all off to do work. I hope someone will chime in about the bolt issue

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    Anyone ever find that part number?
     
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    For anyone lucky enough to land here...

    Regarding the 2nd generation's steering rack mounting bolts:

    The longer bolt has Toyota P/N 90119-A0135 and an overall length of about 167mm.
    The shorter bolt has P/N 90119-A0137 and an overall length of about 141mm.

    Both bolts have the same diameter, washer, and threaded length.
     
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    Just ordered on for myself and my parts guy told me the below information

    4wd - Toyota P/N 90119-A0135
    2wd - Toyota P/N 90119-A0137
     
  7. Nov 28, 2022 at 7:47 PM
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    Bit of a thread revival, but went through this today. Cut the driver side bolt out instead of lifting motor. Hence needing to replace it. That being said aforementioned part numbers are correct. And length of bolt is correct. The bolt is a m12x1.25.
    Hope that helps any1 sourcing outside of the dealership.

    As a side note since I wheel pretty hard, I ended up placing a 1 1/2” round washer on the bottom side of the frame cross member mounting locations to help distribute stress on mounting sleeve. Especially since it’s only welded on 1 side.
     
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