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How do I remove a broken wheel stud from the front driver's side of my 2007 Jaguar Xtype 4dr sedan?
The wheel cannot be removed because of the broken stud.
 

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Remove hub, brace well, pound out old stud, replace stud, fit into place by snugging tight with the nut.

Lincoln LS are same studs @ lower price usually.
 
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The wheel cannot be removed. Can it be drilled out?
 
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Oh, I thought you posted how to replace the STUD.

S but still applicable =

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/s...res-fix-59396/
 

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If anyone would like to get rid of the stainless steel covered caps on the original nuts, that constantly deform using the original provided lug wrench instead of buying and keeping a proper sized 6 point socket in their trunk (boot). Or allowing shops to use impact guns that really bugger them up and WAY over tighten them. I understand these one piece nuts fit the X Type = Dorman 611-229
 

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How do I remove a broken wheel stud from the front driver's side of my 2007 Jaguar Xtype 4dr sedan?
The wheel cannot be removed because of the broken stud.
I tried using a removal tool for the broken nut but it was worse than useless, I ended up using a cobalt drill chisel and a 20 oz hammer to break up the nut, ended up damaging the thread in the hub and had to replace that as well, drilling multiple wholes down the side of the nut was very time consuming but as far as I know its about the only way to remove a snapped nut
 
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Originally Posted by enreb View Post
How do I remove a broken wheel stud from the front driver's side of my 2007 Jaguar Xtype 4dr sedan?
The wheel cannot be removed because of the broken stud.
So nut is still on? Is stud turning?
 
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Troll can't read either
 
 
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