There are several methods to remove a frozen bolt or stud.
The first and easiest method is to apply a penetrant (not a lubricant) and let it soak, overnight if necessary - something like PB Blaster is excellent, and will work much better than the more popular WD-40.
If you don't have the patience for penetrants, you can try applying heat to the wheel hub with a torch. Propane will be OK, but MAPP gas is hotter and will therefore work better. Don't apply the heat to the stud, as that will expand it tighter into the hole. You want to heat the hub so the hole gets larger, freeing the stud for removal.
If the stud is still stuck and the hub must remain on the car, you can try a deadblow hammer or mallet, with several nuts turned onto the stud to protect the threads and to maximize the area you can strike with the mallet.
Lastly, you will have to remove the hub if nothing else has worked and use a shop press to press out the stud.
Remove wheel, brake caliper, brake disc, parking brake shoes etc. Drive out broken stud, replace with new stud. Replace above in reverse order.
Are you asking about a wheel stud or exhaust stud, please clarify
Drive the old broken wheel stud out, and drive a new one in. Purchase the new stud at any auto parts store.
Does anyone know if there is a cut out to allow removal and installation of new wheel stud on a 2005 nissan altima? thanks Robert
The hub will need to be removed and the stud pressed or drilled out to be replaced.
to replace a wheel stud, depend on the type of car or truck, jack it up and block it. remove the affected wheel and use a hammer and a punch to drive out the broken stud. most automobiles have an access hole to replace studs with out removing any more components. however some do not. to install place stud in hole and use some washers and a lugnut to mount in place.
Drive out the old one with a drift and a hammer and press in a new one. You can buy a new wheel stud at most auto supply stores.
Same way you remove any wheel stud. Hammer and appropriate punch. Sometimes a good solvent for the really difficult ones!
You don't say exactly what stud. If it's a wheel stud, the old one can be pounded out, and a new one pulled into place simply by tightening the lug nut on it.
You need to get the rotor off to replace studs with new ones.
You split the nut with a sharp chisel. Don't worry about the stud You will have to replace both anyway, just be careful with the wheel and your fingers.
Jack the car up and remove the front wheel. Use a jack stand for safety. Rotate the axle until the stud is over the hole in the backer plate. Hit the stud with a hammer, this will take many blows. The stud will pop out. Slide the new stud in, then stack several washers on the shaft and put a lug nut on. Tighten the nut to pull the stud up tight into place. Reinstall the wheel, and over the next few days, keep checking the tightness of the stud to keep it snugged up.
Jack up the vehicle and put a safety stand under it. Take the wheel off. With a hammer hit the stud on the tip, several blows should knock it loose. The stud can be pulled out from the rear. Slide a new stud into place, and put to two or three washers on it. thread the nut on, then tighten it. The nut will pull the stud in tight. Remove the nut and washers, then remount the wheel.
Notice there are two threaded holes in the brake drum. Insert a metric bolt into the holes and tighten until the drum pops off. Replace the stud.
This is not a difficult task...raise vehicle off ground, remove the tire on the broken stud wheel, remove the brake pads remove the disc brake rotor, hit the broken stud with a hammer and thick flat punch driving it out of its bore. Be sure the back side to where the old stud is being forced out is clear of the stud while removing. To replace, fit new stud into the empty bore, place wheel lug nut on new stud backwards(flange facing you), with a good air compressor and a 1/2 inch impact gun run the stud nut down until the new stud is pulled all the way through the bore and is seated flush on the rear of the axle flange. re install the rotor, brakes, tire/wheel, etc. Carefully retorque the wheel lugs onto the the tire without stripping the threads. Tighten carefully with your 1/2 Impact Driver, donot over tighten and lube each wheel stud with W D 40 or the like.Happy Driving!!!
You have to remove the caliper and then the rotor and tap on the front of the stud with a hammer so that it slides out from the back.
See the attached links for some good instructions on how to replace the wheel studs. It generally breaks down into a few steps: 1) get the right tools together (and the replacement stud if you know the size) 2) jack up the car and remove the wheel 3) remove the brakes 4) knock out the stud to be replaced. (if you didn't get a replacement stud before you started, take the stud you removed with you to the auto-parts store to get it matched up to what you need) 5) Insert the new stud 6) screw a nut onto the stud and tighten it until the new stud is seated 7) reinstall your brakes and put your wheel back on
Did it on a 4Runner at a Firestone Tire Shop. They charged my $15 for the part and $50 Labor. Rear wheel.
You need a press to do it. Most tire shops can replace wheel stud-that's IF drum is worth saving. You will have to take it in.
The front wheel stud on a 1992 Chevy Blazer S10 can be changed by jacking the vehicle up, removing the wheel, and unbolting the caliper. The rotor assembly can then be removed, and the wheel stud pressed or hammered out of its seat.
If by stud you mean wheel stud you have to remove the bearing and have a shop take it out or rent a press and press it out yourself because wheel studs are pressed onto the wheel bearing.
The wheel studs are part of the front wheel hub/bearing assembly.See "Related Questions" below - instructions for replacing the assembly based on model years
the locking nut needs to be cut off with a blow torch and a new nut used when wheel is replaced someone that knows what he is doing , needs to do this , so as not to mess up wheel stud, or you will have to replace stud as well
1992 Mitsubish lancer wheel stud pattern?
take the wheel out and take the two bolts from the caliper off once you did that take the disc off or drum and hit the wheel stud in till it comes off then put the new one in and hit in till the stud is in all the way and then bolt on the bolts and mount the wheel and that's that's!