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Old 06-17-2020, 10:19 PM   #1
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Question Trying to Find the Part number of the bolt that connect alternator to the engine

Hi,
Can someone please help me to find part number of the marked bolt that connects the alternator to the engine. It broke suddenly! :(
My Car is Yaris 2009 AT Base Sedan (US version).
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Old 06-18-2020, 10:07 AM   #2
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Toyota has recently added all of their parts catalogs to their main website. Purchasing them requires you to pick a dealership, but you can at least find the part number (and then possibly source it elsewhere).

That said, it's sometimes hard to figure out which diagram has the part you're looking for.
- The alternator bracket is shown (oddly) on the second diagram for the radiator and water outlet. Click on "More images" and select the second one. The nut is part 94151-80801.
- The bolt is actually a combination bolt/stud that holds the timing chain cover in place so it goes (weirdly) on the oil pump diagram. It's bolt 5, part number 90109-08283.

Sometimes it's a pain to find them, but they're all documented somewhere. I recently went through this process with my GM truck and half of the parts don't even exist in the catalog!
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Old 06-19-2020, 10:21 AM   #3
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Toyota has recently added all of their parts catalogs to their main website. Purchasing them requires you to pick a dealership, but you can at least find the part number (and then possibly source it elsewhere).

That said, it's sometimes hard to figure out which diagram has the part you're looking for.
- The alternator bracket is shown (oddly) on the second diagram for the radiator and water outlet. Click on "More images" and select the second one. The nut is part 94151-80801.
- The bolt is actually a combination bolt/stud that holds the timing chain cover in place so it goes (weirdly) on the oil pump diagram. It's bolt 5, part number 90109-08283.

Sometimes it's a pain to find them, but they're all documented somewhere. I recently went through this process with my GM truck and half of the parts don't even exist in the catalog!
Thank you so much! Even dealership couldn't find the part they sold me Hex for $12 dollars that is not even the part.
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