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Old 01-20-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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Default Missing bolts in interior

I have these two random holes in on where the bump behind the center console is. They have threads so its for bolts. Its one bolt hole on each side and they are about 6 inches behind the center console. I will try to get pictures up soon but its raining outside. If you can tell me what they are for and what size of bolts they are?
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I have these two random holes in on where the bump behind the center console is. They have threads so its for bolts. Its one bolt hole on each side and they are about 6 inches behind the center console. I will try to get pictures up soon but its raining outside. If you can tell me what they are for and what size of bolts they are?
Sounds like the bolt-holes for the seatbelt and the seat-guide from what you're describing. Pictures would help lock that ID down if you get the chance.
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http://www.cygnusx1.net/Supra/Librar...spx?F=7104&P=1

See, 73013 and 73014. As Mr.Mirage said, they are part of the seat belt's anchor and they do need to be replaced if they are missing.
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From what i see thats not quite it. I finally got the pictures,


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Yep... the seat belt brackets are missing.
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are these for the rear seat belts or the front ones. Im guessing the rear because i dont have rear belts and do have front ones.
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Guess again. The bolt holes in question are for your front seat belts, not the rear. It's the anchor point for that end of the belt receptacle as well as the guide bar that fit's into the housing on the inside edge of each front seat.

If you've got stock seat belts and the receptacle for the clip isn't anchored at this point on your transmission hump, they aren't installed properly.
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Ok so if i get new seats and seat belts which im planning to do soon means i wont need to worry about this and just get some bolts to screw in. But if i dont get new seats i need to get the items Cre pointed out?
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What's going to be required to properly mount them with different seats is going to depend on the seat and how the belt receptacle mounts to it. It may not mount at all near the stock location and may require modification to meet DOT safety requirements (not that everyone follows them... personally, I prefer not to skimp on the safety end of things).

Yes, you should replace the missing parts.
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