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CivicRunner Feb 9, 10:44pm - #395950 
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HELPPPPPP BROKEN LIFT BOLT

ok im switching out my lift bolts and one of them has broken off and the piece is stuck in the hole ive tried using magnets but its not working please help
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mrluilou Feb 9, 10:46pm - #395951 

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Where the hell is this so called lift bolt that people always talkin bout?

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celicajonz Feb 9, 10:50pm - #395952 
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...RIGHT HERE...
1953473381-LIFT BOLTS LOCATED.jpg

Originally posted by A_Bathing_Ape:
I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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CivicRunner Feb 9, 11:10pm - #395953 
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*Bump* frown
I NEED HELP QUICK
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mrluilou
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mrluilou Feb 9, 11:19pm - #395954 

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OOhhhhh, how the hell does that break?

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CivicRunner Feb 9, 11:28pm - #395955 
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the bolt breaks is half and the bottom gets lodged in the hole
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Teknikal Feb 10, 1:48am - #395956 
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You have 1000 posts and don't know what a lift bolt is?
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GTS_Rosh Feb 10, 2:15am - #395957 

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Originally Posted by Teknikal
You have 1000 posts and don't know what a lift bolt is?

lollol
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Rick Feb 10, 2:28am - #395958 

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try tweezers? try a vacuum? a stronger magnet?
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celiwhite Feb 10, 2:54am - #395959 
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yeah vacuum might work best..if you got those tools with an extention that's magnetized use that too
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injencelicagts Feb 10, 4:30am - #395960 

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u have to tap it out use a bolt extractor you have to its not just sittin in there if you have a warrinty go to toyota if no then go to a machienist idk if ull beable to get urs out mine wouldnt come out
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kmlgts Feb 10, 4:41am - #395961 

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Originally Posted by GTS_Rosh
Originally Posted by Teknikal
You have 1000 posts and don't know what a lift bolt is?

lollol


he own a gt

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Teknikal Feb 10, 5:06am - #395962 
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There's like a 3 posts a week about it though
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Clos Feb 10, 5:13am - #395963 
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dude were exactly is the lift bolt? you need to get a pix if you need more help, did the bolt break in half and the other half is still were it was before? or did it just fall around were the cam are? pix will help alot
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is that my engine in that pix, if not we have twin engines thumbsup
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ExNihilo Feb 10, 3:54pm - #395964 
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Originally Posted by Clos
dude were exactly is the lift bolt? you need to get a pix if you need more help, did the bolt break in half and the other half is still were it was before? or did it just fall around were the cam are? pix will help alot
celicajonz
is that my engine in that pix, if not we have twin engines thumbsup


Yeah, if you've got a digital camera, post a good close-up pic if you can.

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DiabloGTS Feb 10, 4:20pm - #395965 

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There is a search button at the top of the page.

This topic has been discussed COUNTLESS TIMES. Pics have been posted. Hot to's have been posted.

Search for it, before you make a new thread about it. wink

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jordiemangts Feb 10, 4:54pm - #395966 

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if you use a small drill and then a tap for the same size as the dill bit you can get it out that way. just make sure you have rags around where you are drilling and a magnet there too.. just to catch any loose shavings. It seemed to work last time i did it, because my dad helped me and i didn't want to take all the cams off and do it that way. Much easier to do it in like 45 minutes than the 6 hours it might take to do it the "how to" way as posted a long time ago.
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