After a trip out of town, and after another few days of being in town and driving the Jeep, I fired up the GTO and ran some errands in it. Something under the hood was making a serious #$%#ing racket, on the order of shitty pulley bearings or a belt going bad. I JUST dealt with this shit like 8 months ago - I replaced both belts and both the idler and tensioner pulleys on the accessory drive back then and all was well - but here we are again. Back then I also bought the idler and tensioner pulleys for the A/C drive but never put them on, because I never had to. So I figure its probably one of those. I took the A/C belt off and sure enough, no squeal. Sweet. So I replaced the A/C tensioner and started to work on the A/C idler. This mother#$%#er has a Torx bolt. Who the fvck decided on that shit? Whatever, got the T50 bit that I needed for it. But the damn bit only goes like 1/16th inch into the head of the bolt! There's no room to really get a driver in there with any amount of dexterity, and it just falls out of the bolt head whenever I try to get any actual torque on the bolt. So I'm basically stripping the shit out of it, and I decide to move up to a bigger bit, but that's not working either. So I fvcking JB welded a hex bit in there, and even after PB blasting it 5 or 6 times over the course of 16 hours, that shit ain't budging. What the hell am I supposed to do to get this out? I've got about 6 inches of room laterally, and about 6 inches of room fore and aft on the bolt head. And I've basically destroyed the bolt head. I'm running with no belt for A/C, which is nice and quiet, but I still have no idea how to get this bolt out. Suggestions?