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Old 08-12-2017, 05:58 PM
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Who put that spring tower right in front of the exhaust manifold. 07 Ford Sportrac 4.6 and the exhaust leaks on the right side. The front manifold studs are broke. These tend to break well into the head so welding a nut on doesn't work. A trip to the hardware store to get a screw remover with a drill bit on one end and extractor on the other and some cheap drill bits. I cut one of the smaller drill bits down so I could drill a pilot hole with my angle drill. Then I cut the screw extractor in half and used the drill end to drill about a 3/8 of an inch into the stud, Next I put the extractor end in to a 1/4 inch socket and amazingly it tightened up in the broken stud and turned it out. Glad it worked, I think my next option was engine removal. I think I'll get some more of these type extractors, they seem to work quite well.
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Old 08-16-2017, 05:20 PM
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Since as near as I can see Snap On still hasn't given us the ability to program Toyota key FOBs with the scanner, I found this from Dorman. It's a programmer that plugs into the OBD port and it came with a FOB for a 2016 Tundra. I think the programmer will work more than once. the Dorman part no. is 99140. It says 2004 to 2012 Toyota trucks and SUVs on the package but it worked on the '16. about $70 on Amazon, cheaper elsewhere. There is supposed to be and scannerless way to program these but I get lost on about step 17.
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