How To Remove Rusted or Damaged Fasteners – EricTheCarGuy

How To Remove Rusted or Damaged Fasteners – EricTheCarGuy

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I get asked about how to handle situations like this from time to time and it was great to have the opportunity to make this video about how I handle this situation. Like most techniques it takes a little practice but I think you get the idea from the video and I hope the info saves your butt someday, it’s saved mine plenty.

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50 thoughts on “How To Remove Rusted or Damaged Fasteners – EricTheCarGuy

  1. Thank you so much for posting this video. Removing the floor panel over the transmission of my 1949 Chevy truck was kicking my a$$ due to 10 screws rusted solidly in place. The sharp center punch in the hammer drill did not work for me. However, using that same center punch and a few sharp blows with a hammer, more solvent, and then twisting the screw a little each way allowed the solvent to loosen them up and they all came out. After a few screws I had to resharpen the punch to make it work again. Thanks again.

  2. I didn't have the customized hammer but I used a screw to hammer around the edges of my tubdrain screws. 35 year old, corroded screw finally came loose. Much appreciated 🙏🏿

  3. Good tip. Also spraying the screw HEAD and letting the oil penetrate beneath it helps more than oiling the threads.

  4. My mechanic kid refused to unscrew my seized right front brake line for fear hed break it! Still charged me. I received a call from his NAPA CANADA BOSS! I told the truth and they buried my complaint. I'd be fucked as well because my brakes are not 100%. What does anyone out there think about that?

  5. This screw was HARDENED but the technique worked GREAT with a standard screwdriver and hammer. Thanks!!! REALLY needed to resolve this! 👍

  6. Omg its worked so well. I used short screwdriver and plastic hammer help to open frozen screw from my hand planer. Thank u a lot! I tried many way but not work till i saw ur way!!

  7. Hey Eric what if you have a Ford Escape with an plastic upper manifold and it has that little brass piece that the screw goes into the hold it down what if you were to break the bolt how would you get that boat out of the brass part of the lower which is also like a plastic material

  8. Hi could i do this to a nut ? Its not moving so i cant move my egr valve ? Also were can i get 1 of them drill bits from that u use in the drill ?

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