How to Unscrew Rusty Bolts on any Toyota

Rust is one of the main enemies of a vehicle and even with today’s technology, there are still parts that can rust on a car. Bolts and nuts make the perfect example.
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The most common bolts that tend to rust are located under the vehicle, where they get in contact with water or any other chemicals found on the road.

So, if pure force or anti-rust spray doesn’t work, you have another solution. Metals, like any other material from this world, have the ability to shrink or dilate depending on the temperature.

And if liquid nitrogen is kind of expensive and tricky to use, heating up a nut to make it looser remains the top choice, with the only requirement being a flame torch. Be careful though not to burn yourself or some part of the car. See more details in the video bellow.

This is a DIY guide and, as such, you must be aware the procedures described here involve some risks. autoevolution cannot be held responsible for any possible damage that might result while following this guide.

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