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It’s a 2008 caliber. So I was unbolting the stabilizer bushing to put a new one on, first bolt came out ok, second bolt snapped. What would be the easiest way to fix this? I was thinking of drilling through the bottom because of the little amount of room & putting a new bolt & nut in... but open to suggestions? Also I believe I have coolant leaking on the back driver side of the engine... could that be the small hose that goes of the radiator hose? Also noticed there is oil on the oil pan & right back side of the engine... I have put a new valve cover gasket on a while back... The car runs fine though. I have a set of ramps coming tomorrow so I should be able to get under the car to see if I can find the source. (I recently changed the oil & no coolant in it, there’s no oil in the coolant either) I’m open to suggestions...
 

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Look at youtube on removing snapped / stripped bolts. Lots of ideas out there.

You might be able to get a local auto shop to remove the broken bolt for you for 1 hour of labor.
 
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