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Actually, see if you can tighten it ever so slightly first, then hit it with the penetrant/rust agent. Let it sit for the couple of hours, then hit it with some type of thicker lubricating oil. When that's on there, then squeak it back and forth to work in the oil a little bit. You should be able to work it out that way. Heat isn't going to work very well ...


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Looks like your vehicle has a separate chassis and is not a monocoque design. The chassis will be made from thicker steel than the rest of the body and the small amount of rust that is visible is nothing to worry about, especially if you live in a dry climate. It will be fairly difficult to remove all of it if you are thinking about just using some sand ...


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See if your battery will take a charge before you do anything else. Most likely it will take a charge, but always the chance it might not. Best to not spend the money if you don't have to. As far as the brake rotors go ... as long as there isn't any pitting on the rotor, take the car out for a slow drive and brake often. More than likely as long as the ...


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