Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
Should slip out pretty easy, but if its rusted together good luck. will need to use plenty of penetrating oil and let it soak. if it still wont come out yoU'll need to put the bolts back in a couple threads and put something like a socket over the bolt heads. if you have an air hammer use that but if not try hitting it with a regular hammer. will need to work all three bolts so it comes out straight. use anti seize on everything when you put it back together
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
It should be fairly easy.... your question is???
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