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September 11, 1:24 PM [GMT -5]

As a Dealership technician, be very careful about easy outs, if they break you will need to drill it out and tap the threads. Use lubricant on the easy out, like a good rust penetrant and take it steady.

September 09, 4:07 AM [GMT -5]

This is yet another fantastic article. Get most of that already done, except for the coolent, so it will be something I do before winter.. and also the cabinet filter, I wonder if that is why my air stopped in my other vehicle.. something to check.. Thank you again for wonderful hints!

September 08, 10:58 PM [GMT -5]

Use an EZ Out or screw extractor to get the rest of the bolt. They seel these at DIY stores.

August 07, 10:08 AM [GMT -5]

My son break a screw from the below the transmision how i can remove the rest of the screw wich is brock in side the transmision please some body can help me thankyou

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