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2001 5.4 L Super Duty exhaust leak, rusted, and broken bolts. Got all the bolts out but the one on the bottom above the engine mount and the one directly behind it on the bottom. Ive tried heating them up and using bolt extractors with no luck. Its so hard to get into this spot to work do i need to jack up the engine or is there some special trick i dont know about.

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Use good lubricant , engine cold, slightly try tightening bolt, then loosening , back and forth until free  

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