Getting ready to drive my Crown Victoria from Texas to Florida... and since I've basically driven the Crown Victoria 100 miles in like 4 years, I needed to make sure it was good to go. I replaced all the hoses with Police Interceptor silicone hoses (new old stock), so I'd never have to change them out again. But where I screwed up is that I tightened the bolts on my driveshaft. I used red lock-tite, and I slathered that **** on there like it was no one's business... practically drenched the threads in it. And then torqued them down.
While I don't see myself needing to remove those bolts any time soon... the question I have is, am I totally screwed? If let's say... 5 years from now... I can definitely apply heat to it, but with that much thread locker, will I have basically screwed myself from removing the bolts?
EDIT: It's literally been almost a decade since I've worked on cars... so I really forgot even the basics.
[This message has been edited by 82-T/A [At Work] (edited 04-28-2021).]