Rear Seat Belt Bolt and Nut

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lastcall190
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Rear Seat Belt Bolt and Nut

Post by lastcall190 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 2:06 am

In this picture

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Does anyone know the part number for #4? And also the accompanying nut that is under the car?

Long story short, in putting my child seat anchors in, the rear seat belt on the passenger side is 99% loose. I looked under the car and the nut that accompanies the bolt is fairly rusted it looks like, and is loose from upfitting/downfitting/whatever. Needless to say, nobody is using the rear seat, for that and a few other reasons brought to light (thanks).

That pic is from a G8, but the parts diagram for the SS is the same, and for the PPV I didn't even find a diagram with a number and arrow pointing to the bolt.

If anyone even has something stock from a parts car I will happily take it off your hands. Thank you.

-J
2012 Caprice
DOD Delete, LS9 Cam, Pat G tune, Magnaflow G8 Exhaust

2008 CVPI
163k miles and counting

smwalker
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Re: Rear Seat Belt Bolt and Nut

Post by smwalker » Fri Jan 12, 2018 2:58 am

The nut is welded to the body so you wont find a replacement part number. BUt yes those are easy to rust, very exposed under there.

THink the bolt is part number: 92138846 Only shows its for an SS but coming up for a caprice in other sites.
Steve Walker
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'11 PPV 9C3 Huron White

lastcall190
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Re: Rear Seat Belt Bolt and Nut

Post by lastcall190 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:48 pm

Thanks! Hooray for the rust belt :|

Oh well, tuning out DOD this weekend, and if nothing else I can drive me myself and I around and leave people out of the back seat until I procure a replacement solution!

-J
2012 Caprice
DOD Delete, LS9 Cam, Pat G tune, Magnaflow G8 Exhaust

2008 CVPI
163k miles and counting

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