Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: SouthEastern PA
If it's halfway out, the battle's more than half won! You could try using a cutoff wheel to (carefully, very carefully ... don't lose a finger) cut a slot into the head. Then you can turn it with a flathead screwdriver. Or you could just use visegrips, etc. and beat on it until something happens. I would try to get the whole thing out intact rather than cut it off, because it will only be harder to extract with no head.
Owner, 1990 Thunderbird SC, white w/ gray cloth