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    Thanks, Tifa. I wouldnt think so either. Every single one is super tight. I'm working them in and out a little at a time, but they dont feel good. I fell like they're all gonna break. This should be a simple job. That yellow loctite is acting like red. This is ridiculous. Talk about ruining the weekend.

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    The bolts do not go through.

    Locktite melts. Use some heat.
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    Yeah I did, but I was afraid to use heat while it was on the bike with everything under there. So, I removed valve cover, and got the other 3 out. Thanks for the input Deluth. I'm new to the forum stuff, so I dont know if I'm posting too much. Now to get the broken one out.

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    Also, Deluth, since I was dumb and didnt listen to you, and all of this is already out, do you know where I can find a "cap" for the harness plug that goes to the pair solenoid? Sorry, thanks.

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    I made a cap by robbing a connector from an old wire harness or a part, can't remember which. I think it might have been an old A/T shift solenoid connector that I used.

    You can also saw the connector off of your PAIR solenoid and use that if you are scrapping the system anyways.
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