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Old 03-04-2016, 07:05 PM   #1
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Hello their, I recently went to have my 95 Olds. Royale 88 inspected and the mechanic told me I need rear sub frame mounts. Can someone please tell me where they are located on the vehicle, and if I can download a diagram.
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I would want a clarification from you mechanic.
Are we truly discussing the cars rear suspension mounts, where the rear shocks / control arms are?
Or the rear portion of the front subframe?

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I think he is talking about the rubber mounts of the rear subframe bolts......
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The mechanic won't be in to Monday, but I do remember him telling me they were in the rear. I got under the car and looked are they located on the control arm there is 4 bolts two on each side running horizontal, or should I be looking for bolts that run vertically. Thanks very much for writing back guys.
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Hello Soft Ride, it'* the rear portion of the front subframe on the right side. I got one of the Bolts out with the 2 bushing and plates, the other one the Bolt Broke off and I am trying to get it out. It seems to be loose up in there in some kind of sleeve. Any Reccomendations on ways to get it out?
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Any way you could get a pic of where the bolt broke off?
I could suggest a cutoff wheel, a hammer and a punch, or drilling it out, but without a better idea it is hard to suggest anything.

Wait, do you mean the head broke off, and the rest of the bolt is stuck inside the bushing?
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Thank you for writing back to me William E
Here'* the situation I'm in, got the plates and bushings off the bolt, bolt is just dangling there. Please see attached picture.
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