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Center main mototr mount bolt is missing,need size of bolt so I can replace it myself.

My '93 Camry is missing the center main motor mount bolt and the engine moves around when I'm driving. I would like to know the size of the bolt I need so I can replace it myself. It's an old car and I'd like to do the work on it myself rather than put alot of $ into it at a shop.

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More than likely the mount is bad and you will have to buy the bolt from the dealer or a fabricating shop that sells metric bolts, or go to a junk yard to get a replacement for same car. pull the nut off the other side and measure from the top of the bolt to the end of the threads then go buy one at the store using the nut as your size guide and thread pitch and get a grade 8 bolt to replace it with.

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