Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Alero
If you mean the bottom bolt which is holding the caliper in place, and its rounded off really bad, first soak it and the area where it threads into with a good penetrating oil (WD-40, Liquid wrench), let it sit for about 2 hours, apply more oil, then clean off the head and tap it with a metal hammer several times to loosed it up. Then clamp on the biggest vise-grip wrench you can find as tight as it will go. Then remove the bolt with the vise grip. This has always worked with me.
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Posted on Dec 04, 2014
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