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Thread: GU Door Striker Bolts won't budge

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    Go to a panel beater. He would get it off in seconds and would probably do it for only a few dollars.

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    Alls not lost Im thinking after looking at those screw heads
    you need the right size phillips head. First "shock" the bolts.
    I think youre going a bit light trying to get them out, give those
    screw heads a decent Whack with a hammer, give it heaps of CRC
    or similar.
    Ive never had a problem working on motor bike with an impact tool.
    Keep us posted, if closer would be happy to help But.......................
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    I did mine (whole car for repaint) by pulling the "B" Pillar interior trim off, and spray WD on the bolt threads "inside" that protrude into the cavity, (they get surface rust on the exposed thread, so keep soaking), then, periodically over a few days, give the whole thing a firm hit with a nylon hammer (or steel hammer and bit or wood) toward the body in the same direction the bolts are pulling, then i still think the impact driver with the right size bit ,and a bit of grinding paste on the tip is worth a try.
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