Question about 1997 Saturn SL
The tip of a hex screwdriver broke off in the hole.
Assuming that the bit head is flush with or recessed into the hex slot, I think it depends on how big the hex slot is, but if it's a clean break, you could use a strong glue (like krazy clue) or a cement (like PC7) and glue something to the bit (or the screw itself if you have a replacement) and then 'wiggle' the bit out. Often you can unstick the broken tip by applying pressure in the opposite direction that was applied when it broke just to free it up. You could drill into the bit just enough to secure a stronghold for gluing, say, the end of a coat-hanger into the hole.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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