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SNAPPED STUD TO THE WATERPUMP

I HAVE AN 89LINCON I WAS TAKING THE WATERPUMP OFF AND SNAPPED THE LONG STUD THAT I THINK GOES TO THE HEAD IT IS ONE OF THE STUDS THAT IS THREADED ON BOTH SIDES

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Hold a nut against the broke bolt and weld inside it. That will heat it up as well as making a new head.

Posted on Oct 05, 2007

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AN 89LINCON is this a car? if it is you can use a screw out from sears.

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Is it copper or plastic tubing? Just replace that part.

Posted on Sep 20, 2007

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