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Thanks smokey and Atcherv. It is the proportioning valve thanks for reminding me. He says he used a nine wrench but I think that is what stripped the last one. So I kind of of got confused on your response. Can you please tell what to use again? He says he got two screws out with no problem but these are giving him the same problem the oil pan did.

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You could try to apply a little heat to the proportioning valve directly at the tight lines with a propane torch take care not to over heat the surrounding area .,
you can also try a punch and hammer and wd-40 sometimes just a little vibration will loosen them up, try the hammer 1st and the torch last

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