Question about 2006 Mazda 6
I once did the same on a 380 Merc, but down the inlet manifold. Used a short piece of half inch hosepipe, taped to the end of my vacuum cleaner's pipe. Vacuum cleaner on and much probing with the hosepipe, pleading, swearing and more pleading led to success.
Other than that the only solution is unbolting the engine from the transmission and engine mounts and shifting it the inch you need to get the bolt out. This will require an engine hoist of course.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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