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hey ....im tryin to find throttle linkage bushings for the linkage outta a 74, i went to toyota today and they said they can find them on the drawing to order them for me, they also said you cant buy just the bushings. does anyone have a part # i can tell them to check for me........................thanks :confused:
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Most autoparts stores carry a blisterpack of rubber grommets. You should be able to find a generic that fits. Electrical departments of a good hardware store have bin drawers full of them.

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Did you go there and see their screen and point to the part?

Is this it?:



My microfishe is not that clear and I think the part number is;

90386-08077

You'll need to double check with your parts guy/gal. cruiserdan (on this board) may be able to help you out. Keep in mind he helps folks out on the board when he is not super busy so be patient. You can find his contact info in the "vendors" section/
 
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rubber grommets from hardware or auto store work great, if you dont like rubber the plastic door hinge grommets (bushings?) work equally nice
 
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Yep a groment should go there, bottom pic. Sometimes this will intermittently keep the idle higher then usual. It's a pain tapping the pedal to make it go away. It's cheap enough that you can get them at Toyota...try a different year. I got them for a 79 recently. Maybe try a different dealer. It worked for me at the time :) . Also you can go to sor.com for a reference if you don't already have one on hand. Cruiser parts dot net may also have used ones.
 
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I think they really need to be rubber to allow for flex between the engine and firewall. Jes'gitcha' some grommets!

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thanks guys, gromets seem the best way to go ill go get some......ill let yah know what i find when i get back. im off to pick up a cruiser i found in the bush 800 miles from where im at......
 
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I used a generic gromet when I replaced mine, but could never find one with a perfect fit. If I tried one with the proper outside diameter, the inside diameter would be too big or if the inside diameter was just right then the outside diameter would be a little small.
I finally went with the proper inside diameter and epoxied the outer edge to the bracket so it wouldn't pop out.
 
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Try a short section of hose to "sleeve" the area. A lot easier than installing a grommet. Don't recall what dia. of hose tho. I initially used the grommet trick - replaced it with a hose when it wore out. (Thanks Don P.).
 

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