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fill plug is stripped on transmission

truck is a 1997 F250 turbodeisel with 7.3 liter, manual transmission 4x4, and it really needs some gear oil in the box. unfortunately the filler plug is totally stripped! is there an alternate fill point? is there a good method for getting something like this out.?
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Are the threads stripped or the actual bolt head?

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bolt head is a goner.
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bolt head is a goner.

Hmm is is possible to get the next size4 smaller in a 6 point socket on there. I mean that thing can not be that tight.


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HMmmm Sure you got the correct PLUG. Don't most have a square hole for 1/2" ratchet

If you can grab the bolt while prying outward at the same time
Replace with expandable freeze plug if ya have to

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bolt head is a goner.
VISE GRIP that mofo

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for sure it is a square drive for a 3/8" socket. stripped to all hell. and TIGHT. I'm going to try to JB weld a socket extension in today, then hit the area around it with penetrating oil and the propane torch for a few minutes before I throw the cheater bar on it and try to get it free.
I hope it works.
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