Question about Pontiac Sunbird
There is no easy way of getting this done. If there is still a part of the bolt that is sticking out then grab on to it using vice grips an try to remove it. You may need to heat the bolt. Try some bolt or screw extractor and drill into the bolt. Again apply heat to the bolt if you having difficulties. Below is an example of one.
I would advise to judge yourself in terms of confidence in handling this and the tools available against getting professional assistance or just buying an assembly from the junk yard. This is part of the braking system and aim for the least damage to it and of course weigh the cost.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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