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Old 05-25-2013, 10:44 AM
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911 Need help with bolt turbocharger

Okay I'm in the process of changing my HPOP got to the point where I'm trying to take out my turbo charger however the rear bolt that holds and seems to have been stripped by the mechanic that I took to last time I was on the road in Texas the bolt is in really tight any suggestions on getting it out help 911

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Old 05-25-2013, 10:51 AM
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If you have another vehicle go to Lowe's and pick up an Irwin stripped bolt remover socket set. Comes in a 3-4 pack for different sizes and work wonders

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If you can get a socket that is just too small for it and hit it on the bolt. Also use a 6 point not a 12 point. This can work sometimes. If its really tight/sized on with rust use some heat or penetrating oil first. Hope it works
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Use pb blaster on it. Just a.? Are you using the right size socket or wrench (10mm). I'm sure you are just have to ask. If it is a cheap socket grind down the opening until the flats are flush with the end of the socket. I'm doing my oil cooler (for the 2nd time) right now.

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Yeah I'm using a 10 millimeter Craftsman tools just not budging man soaked in PB Blaster

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i would also second the erwin bolt out kit, mine werent stripped but i would use this in your situation
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You might try the CRC or Loctite freeze penetrating oil aerosols.
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