I have had the same problem when I used to own my 96 XLT SP. What's mentioned above is excellent...just try not to light anything on fire in the process. But definetly do a search...Thereis a lot of good info on this topic opn this site. search "not so easy easy out" by "triplepleasure"TRIPLEB said:They are "seized" intentionally from the factory with thread locker- you need heat to break the seal on those threads. DO NOT use an easy-out. You will just break that off too and have a bigger problem. There are a lot of people on here that have been through this same problem if you want to do a search and see what has worked- and a lot of things that didn't work. But, having done this a few times, make it easy on yourself: cut a small slot in the end of the broken off bolt with a dremel tool, heat the sleave up red hot from inside the belly-pan, and you can back it out with a screw driver- should take about 10 mins tops.