ya they all break the same... your just lucky if any of them come out without breaking...
if you EVER have your bolts out before you put them back in ITS HIGHLY RECOMENDED you slather up the bolt with some ANTISEIZE! just be sure to do the whole bolt... most people think they seize on the nuts BUT they typically seize right into the bushing on the mid shaft.
and basically it seizes right here.
making the bushings steel shaft and the bolt one piece with it being stuck so hard!
so lather up. IMO on a civics rear suspension bolts.... you cannt have to much antiseize.LOL and i put even more on my bolts. i did both sides all the way down the shaft. (o wait that sounds dirty)
i went thru hell on my old 94 civic with just about EVERY rear suspension bolt was seized and had to be cut off! HUGE PITA. 3 of the 4 bolts that hold the rear toe adjuster arms inplace where seized and made it a huge hassle to cut them all out.
i tried strong air impact gun we have and they snap and ive even tried the air chisel and still never worked so i had to cut them all out.
and my 99 civic had one LCA bolt seized but i was able to work around it.... it was the outter lca bolt.