what tools do i use to change the front brakes in my 2003 Pontiac grand prix
No special tools needed.
nope just standard air tools
Yes, a special tool is required to compress the caliper pistion.
more infoAre you talking about front or back? The front pads are easy to change. The rear may require a little more work and some special tools. what kind of special tools
The brakes on the Villager are as straight forward as the brakes on a 1965 Mercury. Only normal brake tools are required.
Basic hand tools should be enough.
Common mechanic's handtools. No special tool is needed.
No, no special tools needed, just common hand tools.
First of all, Do you have any specialty brake tools? Ben
a torx bit size t-55 for front brakes
it needs to be taken to shop , because there are special tools you need to change. i on a 1998 ford tuuck. the special tools to change it with cost about $80.00.
Drums are not a job for beginners. With the right tools & a manual you could do it.
A 10mm wrench, a flat blade screwdriver and a jack.
first off are they disk brakes, (like the front one)? or drum brakes?
Visegrips, a cigarette and beer.
To replace the brake pads on a 96 Grand Am, three tools will be needed. First, a C-Clamp, then a hex key to remove the caliper bolts, and a screwdriver to work the caliper free.
The most dedicated or special tool one must have to change the brakes is Knowledge or the ability to follow directions carefully and closely. Remember. It is easy to get something rolling, the trick is to stop it from doing so quickly when necessary. Brakes are simple but there is a fine line between getting the job done and doing it correctly, and experience or a good teacher certaily makes this difference. Y-THINK-Y
There are not any special tools needed to remove the brakes on your 2003 Ford Expedition. You will need a lug wrench, a 9/16 socket, a screwdriver, and a needle nose pliers.
Changing your own brakes can in fact, be done at home. It is relatively easy to do, and in most cases it takes only an hour to complete. No special tools are needed, just space, time, and a bit of know-how. Learning this skill will also avoid you from having to pay costly mechanic fees.
No, you probably do not need any special tools to work on your 2010 Lexus. It would be wise thought to at least have it looked at by a Lexus dealer.
Not really other than a Torx 40 or 45 socket. These are pretty standard on front brakes these days, so you should be able to find them and not have to spend a fortune.See "Related Questions" below for more about Taurus brakes...