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 Idler Arm Bolt Problem

I was trying to install some new hyundai elantra parts bushings as well as an idler arm brace today, but I can not for the life of me get the three bolts off. I've been hitting it with PB Blaster every other day for the past two weeks, but they won't budge. help!

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 RE: Idler Arm Bolt Problem

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Originally posted on 07-24-2010 by redcarwire
I was trying to install some new hyundai elantra parts bushings as well as an idler arm brace today, but I can not for the life of me get the three bolts off. I've been hitting it with PB Blaster every other day for the past two weeks, but they won't budge. help!

thats the problem with new cars today they make torque bolts that are a pain in the arse to get off you gotta torque them off and half the time they break and you have to drill them out and use a bigger bolt!  try to use a breaker bar if you can fit one

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oh wait i forgot you have to torch them to get them off and torque them

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