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Siezed exhaust manifold bolts

1969 Ford F150 Pickup has siezed exhaust manifold bolts on underneath side. Have tried spraying different kinds of lubricants to loosen them. Nothing works. Bolts are situated in a spot that requires a right angle driver to reach them. Can't find a right angle driver either. Does anybody know how to remove short of taking out the motor? Or does anyone know if a right angle driver for an air impact wrench exists, if so, where to get one?

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Get brake fluid or transmission fuild on them. Let it set for up to an hour...try to break them loose...put more fluid on it...tighten them wait about ten minutes...break them loose....this works...just don't start the vehicle and cook off the fluid.

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