lug bolts are pressed in to either the axle or rotor from the back. first remove the drum or rotor for easy access, using a punch push the remaining part of the bolt out of its hole, then feed the new one in, you can use a bunch of washers and the lug nut to press it in just keep stacking washers and tightening until the lug is fully set in the axle, a hammer is not recommended
You will need to drill the broken bolt out and install a heli-coil thread repair.
Standard rh threads
First jack the rear of the truck up. Relieving the shock of any pressure will allow the bolt of slide off easier. Remove the broken bolt and replace it with a new one.
14 mm wrench or socket--top bolt does not loosen--take out bottom bolt and snap out pads -- front and back of each wheel
The alternator retaining bolt size is 9/16. The alternator bolts will be three inches long. The alternator tensioner bolt is 9/16 by one inch.
No but they are torqued on at 125 to 130 ft. lbs and as a result, very hard to get broke loose.
if you are talking about just the handle is broke there is just one bolt in it you just have to to look in the hole where the handle was and take the bolt out get a new handle and put bolt back in
Remove the broken bolt and replace it with a new one. There are several ways to remove that broken bolt. You can remove the valve cover and weld a nut to what is left of the bolt, wait for it to cool off then unthread the broken bolt. You can also drill out the center of the broken bolt and use an easy-out. You can also drill into the broken bolt with a left handed drill bit, sometimes the drill bit will catch and spin out the broken piece. I would go with the first suggestion.
The broken bolt will have to be extracted or drilled out. Extraction can be done with an E-Z Out tool available at most auto parts store. Instructions on how it's used are included in the package. If the broken bolt is drilled out, it may be necessary to retap the hole to a slighly bigger size and use a different bolt. If you are unsure of doing the job, it might be best to take it to a machine shop or lawn mower repair shop.
I have 1995 Honda Passport (same as Isuzu Rodeo) and it came stock with 16 inch aluminum wheels. The bolt pattern is 6 lug nuts. The tire size is P245/70 R16 (please note that on tire size the R16 stand for 16 inch wheels)
generally to remove a broken bolt, you will need a drill and an easy out
Use a bolt extractor to remove the broken battery bolt..This is the easiest way...
Because the bolt stop is broken..they have a plastic bolt stop.
It must be installed by a gunsmith.
First you attempt to remove the bolt with an 'ease out' type tool. If that fails you then must either: take the head off to have it drilled, or drill it on the car, then thread and insert a thread repair insert.
You can replace the air conditioner serpentine belt of your 1995 automobile by removing the old belt. Take the new belt and feed it around the components. Loosen the tensioner bolt. This will help the new belt to fit properly. Once the new belt design tighten the tensioner bolt.
The bolt is normal thread, righty tightly, lefty loosely.Using a cordless Impact gun is the easiest way to remove it without having to hold the pulley from turning. It should be a 15/16 or whichever size is equivalent in metric measurements.
You drill the proper size hole in to the bolt and remove it with an E-Z Out.
Depends on which pulley but most have several bolts holding them on. You can remove the broken bolt or simply not worry about it.
Bolt - 1995 V is rated/received certificates of: Germany:16 USA:R
The broken bolt can be blown out by someone who knows how to use a torch - muffler-shop
Tap and dye or if the threads are heavily damaged, install a heli-coil thread repair and replace the gasket. Another solution: Sometimes you can slot the broken bolt with a thin friction wheel and back it out with a straight-blade screwdriver.