The captive nut for the front transverse link bushing on the passengers side is broken and free-spinning inside the chassis. This nut is inaccessible. It's the rear-most nut.
1. Do you have to drill the floor pan directly above the nut from inside the cabin? (doesn't seem possible with firewall in the way).
2. Once the initial 5 layers of metal are drilled through that your feet sit on - do you keep drilling?
I drilled/cut through 5 interconnected metal layers all adjacent to each other, where your feet immediately rest and I only see empty space and additional folds of metal 1 - 3 inches (roughly) down in the empty space.
It seems like I'm in a hollow space - an interior side of the chassis (floor pan that i drilled through) filled with additional folds and metal.
Do I continue cutting into one of those folds/metal areas too?
had a thread but wanted an accurate title since few have repaired or seen this and i thought it was simply a stripped bolt at first. http://www.ultimates...t/#entry1187964