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Old 06-16-2017, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2006 Suzuki Aerio with a 2.3L engine. I replaced the connecting rod bearings and I broke one of the connector rod bolts. I have been to several auto parts stores and web sites and can't seem to find a part number or somewhere the sells a replacement bolt. Can anyone please give me a part number or place that I could buy two bolts so I can get the car running again? Is the engine used in the Suzuki Aerio used by another vehicle that would have a compatible bolt? Please help, I really need to get my car running again.

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https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...ZD09ODQ2NDg%3D

https://suzukicarparts.com/parts/200...?siteid=214820 Will need to type in part number.

https://monsterfactoryparts.com/part...&siteid=217481

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Thanks Darrell. I spent an hour or so looking at part diagrams last night and could never find one that had just the bolt by itself. I appreciate the help and hope you have a wonderful Father's Day.
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Thanks Darrell. I spent an hour or so looking at part diagrams last night and could never find one that had just the bolt by itself. I appreciate the help and hope you have a wonderful Father's Day.
What torque were you torquing those bolts to?

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According to Chiltons, it should be 11 foot pounds and then turn 45 degrees and then another 45 degrees. I think I might of had me torque wrench set to high. I adjusted it after I broke the bolt and torqued the others done with no problems.

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You know if those are torque to yield bolts they should all be replaced. They have already been stretched..... food for thought

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Suzuki apparently does not supply the bolts separately, which, by the way, they would, if they expected them to be replaced every time the rotating assembly was disassembled - you're going to need to source the entire rod assembly.
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Suzuki apparently does not supply the bolts separately, which, by the way, they would, if they expected them to be replaced every time the rotating assembly was disassembled - you're going to need to source the entire rod assembly.
That sucks. I need some also. They should be replaced. It's the same as the head bolts.

Found this @ http://www.felpro-only.com/blog/prop...e-t-t-y-bolts/

Since T-T-Y bolts are designed to stretch, reusing them can cause improper or uneven torque and clamping force. Stretched bolts can damage threads in the engine, especially on aluminum blocks, and since the bolts are weakened, they may break if retorqued. You should*always*replace the bolts.

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Then I'm confused.

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Suzuki apparently does not supply the bolts separately
Are those not the bolts needed specified in post#2 from multiple sources?

Just one place...
https://monsterfactoryparts.com/part...&siteid=217481

Part Number 1216359J00
Part Name BOLT,CONNECTING
MSRP $2.71
Core $0.00
Save $0.48
Online Price $2.23
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Then I'm confused.
"Suzuki apparently does not supply the bolts separately"
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Are those not the bolts needed specified in post#2 from multiple sources?

Just one place...
https://monsterfactoryparts.com/part...&siteid=217481

Part Number 1216359J00
Part Name BOLT,CONNECTING
MSRP $2.71
Core $0.00
Save $0.48
Online Price $2.23
It is them it looks like. I am going to use that and change them all. For a small amount of money I will have peace of mind

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