+1. Just get a set of easy outs. If you don't have one now you'll need one at some point. Owning a YJ without owning a set of easy outs is kind of blasphemy.
You drill a hole in the middle of the bolt, then use the easy out to back the broken bolt out. It's kind of like a drill bit that has been cut in reverse. So when you turn it counterclocwise it wants to dig deeper into the hole that you just drilled. This causes it to bite into the metal and you can turn it right out.
Just get a nut and place it over the broken bolt. Then weld the nut to the broken stud thru the hole in the nut. Then just unscrew the nut with the stud attached. Might take two or more time to weld it right if you are not a good welder.
Just don't break the easy out off or you will be hating life.
Been there, done that. It sucks.
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Man, if you want to drill it and then use an Easy Out make sure you center punch and drill a small pilot hole and then a larger hole. The larger hole needs to be almost out to the threads. If you do this and use a square easy out you wont have a problem. Biggest mistake is drilling a small hole and then snapping the easy out off. When you get the bolt out it should resemble a helicoil.