You don't need a breaker bar at all and the bolts are not welded in place. You need to move the Coolant Reservoir on the passenger side and then the fuse boxes on the drivers side, which are just held on by plastic tabs. Easy, just time consuming. I've done it like 8 times now. Oh, and just make sure you have a socket extension.
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