Need to replace "stripped hex bolt" to add oil on super charger 3800 cone

Asked by Mar 22, 2017 at 12:09 PM about the Buick Park Avenue

Question type: General

The hex  screw is totally stripped, how to fix so oil can be added ?

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I've always (if you have the room)used a pipe wrench for a stripped bolt head, also there's a socket head you can buy at Canadian tire especially for stripped bolt heads/nuts or file down the flat edges back on it.

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if it is the "filler" hex bolt ,an easyout will work.another way is to find a torx screwdriver that is slightly larger and with a few 'gentle' tap seat and then unscrew

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