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Old 04-23-2013, 11:02 PM   #8
Scooby Newbie
Member#: 340677
Join Date: Dec 2012
Chapter/Region: MWSOC
Location: Portage MI
2005 LGT 5EAT


Use carburetor cleaner instead of the PB blaster. It contains an acid that is there to eat away varnish and crap off of carbs and will penetrate faster. Take a small ball peen hammer after spraying the bolts, and smack them directly on the head of the bolt several times-straight in the direction that they are threaded in. This helps loosen the threads inside of the threaded hole. Then, use a breaker bar, 6 point socket and pull to loosen. If they still don't want to come lose, then try to tighten the bolt a tiny bit. Pull on it to loosen again and keep going-tighten and loosen, until it comes loose. A broken bolt is just as much pain in the ass as it sounds so do whatever you can to NOT break them.

Remember: When working on Subaru, learn two words very well-ANTI SEIZE ! !

Use it on EVERY bolt you ever put back in.
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