Question about 1999 Isuzu Rodeo
If it is broken at a point where you can still grab hold of the stud partially try using a pair of vice grips and maybe even the boxed end of a longer wrench around one of the handles of the vice grip for added leverage. if it's broke off flush with the rotor you'll need a strong enough drill with a carbide tip and an easy out aka an extraction kit to back it out of the threads. A little bit of heat from a torch or some penetrating oil might help loosen it up as well. Just remember one or the other not both or you may need a fire extinguisher. good luck
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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