This method has a high percent chance of working ... but does require buying/renting the tool.
However ... start first with a penetrating oil and let it sit for a while.
Other ways if you do not want to go the impact hammer route ... but somewhat similar:
Put your Torx bit into the bolt head and give it some sharp raps with a hammer. Sort of like the impact hammer this shocks the bolt in the threaded seat and hopefully breaks the corrosion.
If you end up stripping the torx head then things get more complicated .... may have to cut a clean slot with an angle grinder and use a slotted screwhead.
Sometimes if the bolt head sticks out far enough from the surface you can get a pair of vice grips on it to get a lot of leverage on the bolt.
Good luck ... since this can be real frustrating getting the corroded bolt out!
I take help from online websites that have this service like helping in repair some like reliable- store have instant help.. others are a bit slow which I don't prefer... rest is up to u.. U can also get free manuals
What is the vehicle specifically? Jerking when letting off during hard or mild acceleration could indicate a problem with an engine or trans mount. More severe cases its indicative of a loose, worn, damaged drive shaft or pinion. If front wheel drive car, lean toward engine mounts. But to clarify again, we need details of your situation to help more effectively.
Dependant on your model specifics, either two or one tank assembly, the tanks themselves will have a sending unit inside. You can replace just the pumps for less but you MUST exercise care when removing reinstalling and cleaning. The orig sending unit can be brittle. The plastic parts to specify. If just trying to get a truck running, start with the rear tank, and if you cannot save the tank straps you can ratchet strap the tank to the frame to make it mobile. DONT DROP THE TANK OR LET IT HANG. While under the truck lean the back side of the tank off first and it will give access to the connections you need to remove to drop the tank
I think you need to replace the front fuel pump it has a bad check valve in it. Check with Ford there is a tech bulletin written for these and they have a modified part for repair. I hope this helps, Take care. If you have more questions for me use testimonial and it will show up in my email. Thanks
It could be carbon build up on a piston. Go and but some upper intake cleaner and take a sprayer and spray into the throttle body while the engine is running. After 10 seconds shut the engine off and let it sit for about an hour allowing the cleaner to soften the carbon. Then restart the engine and see if there is any difference . One cleaner that I found is Sea Foam. It does a pretty good job on cleaning . Hope this does the trick.
Go to ford owners.Com register for free then download the manual then go to roadside emergencies and your fuse box diagrams are there and then you can keep it on your phone / computer for the future next if the power amplifiers fuse is good check the wires going to the speakers especially if your window seals are broken corrosion on the contacts will knock out the speakers but if all is good then the radio on/off switch is shot if the knob moves around a lot the inside contacts are broken and the switch will only turn on the unit junk yard radio for parts or the dealer or automotive electronics supply will be your choices here good luck stephen