Strictly speaking this isn’t a car question, but I’m guessing you techs out there deal with this sort of issue frequently, so I’ll ask here.
I have a stove that’s not working right. I think it’s the bottom igniter element that’s out. However, I can’t remove the two bolts holding it in to replace it. The problem is that there’s very little clearance on the bolts. There’s little vertical clearance between the bolts and the bottom panel (say 2 inches at most). There’s little side clearance between the bolts and the igniter element I’m trying to replace (maybe an inch to two inches at most). The bolts themselves are somewhat larger than 1/4 inch, although how much larger I can’t say. They are also angled so it’s hard to even see them without a mirror. I’m limited on time, tools, expertise, and money. I tried calling a repairperson, but can’t get hold of one thus far. Christmas cookies are on the line here. So, what do you guys use to get a bolt out in a tight spot?