Question about Dodge Stratus
A 1/2 inch drive impact gun is the easiest, if you have a long breaker bar and a socket to fit the bolt this is a trick. Take the tire off and the plastic cover in front of the bolt to gain access. Now put the socket on the bolt and point the ratchet handle to the 5 o'clock position. MAKE SURE the ratchet is in the loosing direction, remember right tight left loose. Let the ratchet handle come to rest against the ground so it won't turn clockwise. Now you should have the socket on the bolt and the handle against the ground in the loosing direction. Now you can use the starter on the engine to break the bolt loose. You need to bump the key like you are going to start the car. But just tap the key on so the starter bumps but the engine doesn't start. This will loosen the bolt. Be careful good luck
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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