How to Remove Broken Bolts From a Cylinder Head?

Answer Bolts that break off in a cylinder head are extremely difficult to remove. About the only thing you can do is drill them out. Since there is a significant risk of damaging the threads on the engine... Read More »

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How to Easily Remove a Cylinder Head on an Auto With Frozen Bolts?

If you are removing a cylinder head for repairs, you don't have to remove the nuts, and break-off the stud bolts or ruin the exhaust manifold. Don't even remove the retaining bolts holding the exha... Read More »

Removing a Broken Manifold Bolt From a Cylinder Head?

The El Camino is a coupe utility vehicle formerly produced by Chevrolet. The El Camino features a fuel-injected engine system that relied on a coolant temperature sensor. The coolant temperature se... Read More »

How to Remove Broken Bolts From an Engine Block?

A broken bolt can cause the other, non-broken bolts to weaken by exposing the non-broken bolts to excessive pressure as the non-broken bolts try to compensate for the broken bolt. For this reason, ... Read More »

How to Replace Cylinder Head Bolts?

Any cylinder head bolt that has stretched past the point of returning to its original form must be replaced in order to maintain proper clamping force on the reinstalled head. Torque-to-yield bolts... Read More »