Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee
Before going radical and removing the engine, I'd take a good look at it and see if you can either use a short drill motor to fit in there by removing a few things in your way or, to see if you can cut through the inner fender well and use a long drill extension to get to the broken bolts.
Though the bolts still in the block may be a bit rusted, tension on the bolts is established by the head of the bolt pulling back on the threads. Since there is no head they may come out easily using a reverse twist drill bit (craftsman used to sell a small kit and I'm sure someone else does too)
As you drill, the heat generated by drilling will help loosen the bolt end and most times it will begin to back out as you drill. If not, you can still tap a new thread when you finish.
Worst case, you may need to disconnect the opposite mount and jack the engine up a bit to get clearance.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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