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Remove clutch 04 chev silverado bolt will not break loose
That is what oxyecetelene torches are made for. Many of the bolts on your vehicle have a type of "glue" or "thread-locker" on the bolt threads. They can break off in the bolt hole if you try to get them off with brute force. Heating the bolt with a torch will cause the glue to soften and the bolt will probably come right out.
on Nov 24, 2011
Can't remove front wheel bearing hub on 2004
I presume you are trying to REPLACE the hub assembly? If so, you do not have to worry much about dammaging it. Simply take the three bolts out of the inboard side of the steering knuckle and beat it with a large hammer.
If your van is equiped with All-Wheel Drive, you must remove the large nut from the axle first to do this. Then the axle can be pushed in far enough to gt clearance to get the bolts out of the steering knuckle that hold the bearing assembly. Two-Wheel Drive is much easier.
It is also recommended that you disconnect the wheel speed sensor wire harness before trying to get the hub loose. Damage to the vehicle harness can result if the bearing comes out suddenly and pulls on the cable.
on Nov 19, 2011
I put in a new
Did you have a problem with that before??..Its always a good rule of thumb to change the thermostat when you change the waterpump..But if you had no problem with it before than it might still have some air in the system..Check see if you have any bleeder screws to let the air out..Usually located around the thermostat or near the waterpump
on Sep 11, 2011
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