Question about 1983 Ford Fairmont
How to undo frozen cylinder head bolt
Depends were its frozen in the block or in the head
but yes get a good solid round bit of either steel or brass and put it on the head bolt and hit it hard a few times and it should start to move ,,,
When it starts to move undo 1/2 turn then 1/2 do it up and keep doing it a bit more each time till it comes a lot easyer when about 3 turns out spray with 10per cent oil and 90 percent petrol mix and waite for 10 minutes and out it comes
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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