How do I remove a broken bolt from the thermstat housing piece and replace with a new bolt?
Followed instuctions up to the point of tightening the nuts to the thermostat housing bolts and one of the bolts broke off. Have a new bolt but can't find how to take out the broken and replace with the new one. Can you tell me how to do?
It's not a bolt but a stud which is like a bolt but doesn't have a bolt head and has threads on both sides. To remove it, you'll need a Stud Removal Tool. What it does is grabs onto the stud and with a attached rachet wrench, you can twist it off... or you can use a Vise Grips. Here's the link to the Stud Removal Tool ... it's less than $10:
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