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Old December 31st, 2016
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Subframe bushings

Need to drop subframe to replace oil pan and timing case cover gaskets in 1994 Cutlass Cruiser. While disassembled want to change subframe bushings. There is absolutely no listing for these items on any auto parts site or store. Does anyone know an interfit or part number for subframe bushings for this particular Oldsmobile?
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Old December 31st, 2016
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Try searching the GM database:

I couldn't quickly find where the subframe bushings were listed.

http://www.wholesalegmpartsonline.co...ey_model=14623


Good Luck!
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Old March 21st, 2017
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Subframe bushings

Still hunting for subframe bushings for 1994 Cutlass Ciera. Shop manual refers to them as "Frame insulators" but that was no help. Finally found a picture and some part numbers. They appear to be the same as the W-body Cutlass Supreme, Dorman 924-004 (rear) and 924-005 (front). However, GM original numbers don't quite match and Dorman's web site says no fit. Anyone have an idea? THX
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Old March 26th, 2017
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Subframe bushings: Solved

No one is reproducing them and there is no aftermarket product that appears to fit. The following is a listing of the GM part numbers. You will have to find them online through GM sources or find a friendly Chevy or Buick parts counter person who can find dealers having a limited quantity of obsolete NOS. Being a Florida car, my steel is salvageable but the rubber is shot. Northern car owners may find the opposite. Good luck. I never thought a 94 Cutlass Cruiser would be akin to finding parts for a 1959 Desoto!

REAR
10203410 Upper steel spacer
01646026 Upper rubber insulator
14103539 Lower rubber insulator
10203412 Lower steel retainer

FRONT
10203409 Upper steel
01646024 Upper insulator
14088026 Lower insulator
10203412 Lower retainer
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Old April 11th, 2017
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Just too bad to hear about how hard finding parts of these old vehicles. Maybe need to look further at Dorman parts that could fit.
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