Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee 4WD
My 1998 Jeep Cherokee's fender is not attached well, and I accidently took it fully off while trying to fix it. I discovered it would be really easy to reinstall, execpt for the fact that the brackets holding it are rusted and bolts are broken, and the screw under the car is not secure and turns for infinity but never tightens....threads on bold are good. How would I go about fixing that as well as a temp fix?
Also, My AC conveter has a sheared bolt stuck in it, how do I remove it? Will an extracter tool like the gator grip get it out?
You can easily make strut brackets using some scrap angle iron. You can fasten most items using 5/16 self tapping screws. Use whatever works for you to remove anything that's stuck (lots of wd40 or other solvent works well there.) you don't need to go through the same holes either, you can self tap right next to them and it won't harm anything. (always look on the other side of what you are going through to make sure your'e not punching a hole in anything you need (once had a guy drill a bracket for a cb radio on the floor of a customers car and he drilled through the transmission...) be smart and look.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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