Question about Buick Riviera
As an ex dealer tech we use to hate that design. All of us ended up purchasing a stud removal tool that would take it out without any thread damage and it made into a fairly easy job.In your case after you have loosened up everything you can pull it out enough to get behind the bracket with some vice grips and get out that way,and where your gripping the stud it does not mater if you damage the threads some. I know this is not a lot of help I wish I could redesign it or loan you my stud extractor. Don't forget your floor jack and block under the oil pan to raise the engine to help get out the mount!!!
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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