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Old 07-09-2016, 12:47 PM   #1
carvinbassplyr
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2005 VUE Red Line
Default HELP!!! Trailing Arm Bracket Bolt Top Access Point Needed

Trying to remove the trailing arm front bracket bolts and one of the tack welded nuts that the bolt threads into broke free from the car. So, now the bolt just spins freely and won't come the rest of the way out. Has anyone ever had to fix this and do you know of any access points? Obviously now the car isn't exactly driveable even if I put the rest back together as the bracket will be loose. Feeling really screwed...

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