If you can get at them with a drill buy an easyout which is like a drill bit but the threads are backwards. The size of the bolts will determine the size of the easyout and the size of the drill bit to use. Drill a hole down through the middle of the bolt and then insert the easyout and turn counter clockwise. The bolt should come loose. Soak the bolt first with liquid wrench or some other penetrating fluid to loosen up, the longer the better. If you have room to put a pair of vise grips on the bolt then this method would be easier. The secret is to soak with the liquid wrench for as long as possible.
I have used the PB Penetrating Catalyst to unfasten one of the rusted and broken bolt on my old brake caliper. It took few spray and overnight to break the tought broken bolt but it's better than drilling the threads in my opinion. This product is amazing and I have told my friends to try this as well.
First get under the car, and remove the 4 bolts/nuts securing the seat base.
TAke the bolts soose that hold it on. It is an assembly.
Depends on which pulley but most have several bolts holding them on. You can remove the broken bolt or simply not worry about it.
Undo front pipe from manifold. Remove the bolts holding manifold to the cylinder head. Take manifold to machine shop to get it planed straight. Reverse proceedure to install. You will probably have broken bolts (very common problem on this vehicle) so they will need to be extracted. Not the job for at home unless there are no broken bolts but the rearmost bolts usually are broken.
You will need to remove the grill from your 2000 GMC Jimmy. With the grill removed. You can remove the hood latch retaining bolts. The hood will be released with the latch bolts removed.
remove the trim from the interior of the lift gate. There is access to the connecting rods that will release the catch from the Nader bolts.
You must remove the brake rotor or hub and punch out the broken bolt inwards, then press a new bolt in from the same direction.
Remove bolts from inside of glove dep. Remove bolts under defrost vent. Remove bolts from panels on side of dash. I think there is a total of 6-8 bolts.
Anytime you remove the head bolts, replace them with new ones. If one is broken off in the head, use an Easy Out Extractor to remove the old bolt. Any auto parts store will sell or rent you the tool.
Try heating the bolts. Hopefully, as the heated bolts (which has expanded on heating) cools down and contracts, the corroded bond will have been broken. Try spraying with WD40, or dabbing on diesel, while the bolts are still hot.
remove the nuts from the u bolts and remove the bolts. Install new ones and tighten the bolts.
If the antenna is broken off at the base the entire base will need to be replaced. In order to do this the upper dash pad and the cowl will have to be removed so the three bolts will be exposed to remove the broken one.
Take the grill out and remove the bolts holding the latch on.
You will need to remove the transmission. Remove the clutch plate retaining bolts. Remove the clutch linkage. Remove the clutch retaining bolts.
You have to remove your steering wheel. and then all other covers related to stopping you from getting to the four bolts that keep the tilt tight or you could have a broken bolt. but first things first you have to get to the bolts if not broken all you have to do is tighten them and you will be ready to roll. (there are four bolts)
Weld a larger nut to what is left of the broken bolt, let it cool then turn it out.
My first guess would be that you haven't disconnected the flywheel bolts from the torque convertor. To do that you need to locate the access hole and rotate the engine crankshaft until a bolt appears in the hole. Remove it and continue to remove bolts until you have them all. Usually about five bolts but some use 4 and some use more. I you have already removed the flywheel bolts, you need to keep looking for something holding you up. Sometimes you need to pry it a bit to get it broken free.
if you hacksaw the rest of the bolt underneith off , you can take the headlight out and change your bulbs . and to fix the bolts go to dealer get 2 new bolts , then heat old ones up to remove and put new bolts in
If the bolt broke off inside the block, you can purchase a tool called an easy out. This tool allows you to remove any broken bolts of various sizes.
You can't just drop new bolts in the holes where the broken bolts came out of. The manifold has to be removed and the broken bolt ends removed with an EZ-Out or at a machine shop. While the manifold is off, you can take one of the bolts to an auto parts store for match-up and buy the bolts you need.
I assume you mean HEADLIGHT LENS.. .. there are 3 bolts on the back, remove, pull out headlight. Remove clips and broken lens. Replace gasket, lens and put on clips FRONT TO BACK so you don't chip the lens. Reinstall with 3 bolts on back.
On the inside of the tailgate are two bolts. remove them and the taillight will fall out. If you have a bed liner you might have to take it out. On the inside of the tailgate are two bolts. remove them and the taillight will fall out. If you have a bed liner you might have to take it out.
Disconnect battery. Disconnect wires from alternator. Loosen bolts and remove belt. Remove bolts holing alternator in place.
Drain the water from your radiator. Remove the radiator hoses. Remove the radiator stabilizing arm retaining bolts. Remove the radiator retaining bolts.
You'll have to remove the door panel in order to access the bolts holding it on. Not real difficult, just kind of a pain in the rear to do.