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Rusted connectors on a vehicle's battery could be the cause of a car that won't start. The process for cleaning these connectors can be detailed in full on wikiHow.
Could be from several sources such as master cylinder, wheel cylinders, calipers, brake hoses and rusted brake lines. All of which can be rebuilt or replaced. Have it looked at as soon as possible!
Hit it with a hammer
A cutting torch is one answer.
You can try soaking it in Vinegar.
Put in Hot water
a large hammer
Lug nuts are still on, wheel is rusted to the hub.
Your going to need to get a special puller if its rusted on, usually if its new or not rusty you can just remove the bolt and hit it with a hammer a few times and it will come right off but if it is rusted then you should get a crankshaft dampner puller
Rusting bolts normally indicates that the bolts are brittle. Taking a pair of water pump pliers and squeezing really hard will most of the time break the rusted bolt so you can remove the toilet seat. Otherwise depending on the type of toilet seat installed, you can drill a hole right through exactly where the rusted bolts slot in, so helping you remove the toilet seat.
You can try spraying the rusted parts with a penetrating oil like wd40 or a product designed to loosen rusted on bolts. Let it soak for a bit before trying to remove. In my experience a big hammer is big help.
Well, First, where the wheel cylinders replaced?Second, Do you have any other fluid loss? Example: Rusted brake line or Brahe hoses? Get back to me, Ben
probally if not to bad rusted with a wire brush if really bad rusted use a wire brush hand grinder wheel that is what helps me in when i have to weld rusty metal
I dont think you remove the nut in the center of the hub, your rotor is more than likely just rusted on to the hub.
I just replaced mine, rotors had rusted away. Remove caliber, mine were rusted to the wheel hub, had to pry off. cleaned old rust off with steel wool, new rotors slid on with no problem
You can try spray lube like PB Blaster, but if its badly rusted a torch to heat it up is usually the only thing that works.
You may have to cut them off if they are too badly corroded to be removed.
If they are beyond repair, I cut them off with a thin metal cutting disc in an angle grinder.
brake drums should pull off if not rusted on.
unadjust the rear parking break.... or the rotor is rusted to the axel.
The engine has to be removed.
It is possible to remove rusted bolts from an automobile water pump using a product called Liquid Wrench. Spray the solution on the bolts and let sit for a few minutes. If this does not work, wait 8 hours and then use a torch to heat the bolts.
While you can't really remove the rust, you can use penetrating oil to help get the screw loose, and you can use sandpaper on it to remove the rust you can get to.