These bolts are called Lug nuts. It is most likely unsafe to drive the car. Have it towed to any tire shop and they will be able to replace the lug nuts and the bolts if needed. Also have them check the other tires. Again this car is UNSAFE to drive in its current condition.
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The top and side mounts are easy, unless you snap off a bolt. To do the side dog bones, remove the right front service panel behind the wheel, yes you have to take the tire off, and remove the battery tray on the left side. Remove the long screws holding the tray on through the left front wheel well. Replacing the dog bones is take out the two bolts and then bolt the new ones in. Top mount is simply loosen the nuts, remove and replace, tricky part is to support the engine while you swap the mount. Bottom mount takes a little more time and a jack. If you never changed the tensioner, you may want to do this while you have that right front service panel open.
in the boot/trunk at the rear of the boot area under the carpet will be a bolt head, usually a 17 mm , which is connected to a hook that hold the spare wheel carrier up. unwind this bolt and the carrier will begin to lower. once you have unwound it a bit, look underneath the vehicle and the wheel will be lower, you can usually lift the rack up and unhook the bolt to lower the rack to slide the spare out. do the reverse when replacing the wheel
Remove the tire, and the brake drum. With a suitable punch, and safety glasses on, drive the broken stud towards the center of the car. The stud will push away from you, thru the hub, and fall out. Get the new stud, and poke it thru the now existing hole on the hub. Place a flat washer over the stud, and thread a lug nut onto the stud, and tighten the lugnut until the stud is pulled all of the way into the hub. Remove the lug nut and the washer, and refite the drum and the wheel.
I'll try to help you. If you are having trouble with 3 out of 5 studs on one wheel you may want to go to an autoparts store or Salvage yard to look at the whole hub. Usually a press is used to remove the bolts so you would be taking off the hub anyway. When you pay for 3 bolts and labor you may be better off in a Salvage yard or parts place for a different hub. The rear hub on front wheel drive cars is like a trailer axle. Much simpler to remove mounting bolts and press in new bolt. But if rear has differential(rear wheel drive) it has an axle shaft. Would be easier to grind and drill out broken stud on car. You can draw new bolt into place by placing bolt through a socket and use the wheel nut to draw the bolt into the hub.
Easy. Take wheel and tire off, and remove the brake drum, if it has drum brakes. With a hammer, hit the broken stud until it pops out. Slide the new stud into the hole, and, using some thick washers, screw the lugnut onto the new stud, over the washers. Tighten it until the stud is pulled all of the way in. Easier done with an air wrench, however.
jack & support vehicle. remove rear axle cover drain fluid, removeleft rear tire drum/rotor brakes, remove bolt in axle housing that holds the 3/4 inch pin in place pull pin , push left axle shaft inwards and remove c clip from inside axle case,slide out axle shaft,remove seal,remove bearing and install in revers
REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT TOE-IN: 0±2 mm (0±0.08 in.)
The rear suspension lower arm mounting cam bolt should be turned an equal amount on both sides during adjustment.Right wheel : Clockwise direction : toe-inLeft wheel : Clockwise direction : ton-outMaximum difference between LH and RH : 3mm
The cam bolt should be adjusted within a 90° range left or right from the center position.CAMBERStandard value : 0°±30´Maximum difference between LH and RH : 3mm: 0±2 mm (0±0.08 in.)
The rear suspension upper arm mounting cam bolt should be turned an equal amount on both sides during adjustment.
Install the left and right springs which have the same identification color.
The cam bolt should be adjusted within a 90° range left and right from the center position.
1.Measure the tread depth of the tires.Tread depth of tire [Limit] : 1.6 mm (0.06 in.)2.If the remaining tread depth is less than the limit, replace the tire.When the tread depth of the tire is reduced to 1.6 mm (0.06 in.) or less, the wear indicators will appear.