Re: Broke screw that holds rotor to hub, what to do next?
At the dealership we usually have to use a torch to heat those suckers so they're glowing just to budge 'em.
You don't need the screws anyway, you'll be fine. If you want, you can always use a common propane torch to heat up the remaining broken screw that's exposed and use vice grips to twist it out out once it's good and hot. If you put in new ones, invest in some anti-seize compound, too.
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