I have a 98 Toyota Sienna and I've been replacing parts in the front suspension to stop a knocking noise. Last weekend I removed the stabilizer bar to replace the bushings (it was hard to see if they were bad). The two nuts on the drivers side were no problem. When I got to the passenger side one of the nuts snapped off, leaving the bolt in the frame. Trust me I was not happy. This bolt sits in between the frame and the inner tie rod boot. There is about 1.5 inches of clearance in between the two parts. I know people use EZ outs or drill out the broken fastener. The problem here is that there is absolutely no way to get a normal drill into that location. Maybe a right angled drill if I remove the inner tie rod would work? Or would the frame have to removed from the body to properly access this bolt? Since I was in a pinch I reinstalled the one bolt and I've been driving the van around town. Yesterday I had a look at it and the bracket has now bent up since it's only got the bolt fastened on one side. You can see the pictures. Does anybody have a similar experience? Any advice is appreciated. Here are some pictures of the setup. http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...810_133931.jpg http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...810_133924.jpg http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...810_133918.jpg http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...810_133936.jpg Regards, JC.