Soak em good first with PB Blaster, or 1/2 ATF & 1/2 kerosene (something like that, I'm drinkin again and have CRS) Look it up before you go makin a bomb... Soak em for a few days and that should help ease things.. Good luck
The bolts used for seatbelts will come out hard the entire way. The factory uses self tapping bolts and an impact. once you get them out I would replace them with Button head cap screws. They are harder and will thread back in easier. the fronts have shoulder bolts so make sure you replace them with shoulder bolts.
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Wow, y'all are making me feel like Wonder Woman... I took the backseat belt out of my son's car last week, all by myself with just some PB blast and some good ol' scrawny girl muscles... I even took out the backseat by myself
Personally I would use PB breaker over WD40, just seems to be a little better, have at least a hand held propane torch handy for heating bolts which will cause expansion and contraction helping free up the bolts, and very good tools.....home depot, lowes, mac, snap on craftsmen etc.....american made tools are generally more exact to size and better quality means a better fit.
Impacts are very very helpful, even the harbor freight electric one works if you don't have air available.
Heat will help those bolts that you cannot access the nuts on....heat up, let cool down, then heat and cool all the way.....good luck
don't forget the fire extinguisher......lol, it's a good idea!!
I used a map gas torch because it was all I had. An oxy/aceteline torch will do the job a lot quicker.
If you use the correct size bit you shouldn't strip the heads.
When it comes to torx bolts use the largest bit you can even if you have to tap it in with a hammer and make sure it's fully inserted.
My father and I have used a handheld propane torch multiple times on my jeep. It really does the trick on those bolts that won't come out. I'd recommend spraying them with PB blaster twice a day for a couple days in advance. And make sure you use the exact size torx bolt, I've stripped out a few, and trust me, you don't want to end up doing that, it's a pain in the ass.