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My alternator bolt broke that hold it to the engine what do i do

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Remove the alternator and if there is enough of the bolt take a pair of vise grips lock them down tight and remove bolt, if it is a clean break you have a few options:

1) get a set of easy outs, drill a hole and use an easy out to exact broken bolt

2) get an oversize self tapping bolt (a size bigger then the bolt that broke off, drill the bolt out completely and then tap the new bolt

Good Luck Tim

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