that my friend would be a t45 or a t50 dont know why they use 2 different sizes. But mine was the t50 but the mechanic that I talked to said that there are also ones that use the t45. its actually a t47 its a perfect very tight fit although its a very rare and special size you will probably have to order it as i did Autozone sells torques bit sets with the size needed and a torques size tester (not sure if name is correct), it is many red plastic pieces on a key ring and checks normal torques as well as internal torques sizes.
The 1985 Toyota Tercel brakes are equipped with an adjustment bolt. Turn the adjustment bolt to raise or lower the brake shoe.
bolt torques for front callipers slide and mounting
Type and year of car would help.
14 mm wrench or socket--top bolt does not loosen--take out bottom bolt and snap out pads -- front and back of each wheel
pull back the ruber around the bolt and use a pair of vise grips.
It is either a T-40 or a T-45 Torx.
You need a torx type socket. If you use an Allen wrench...you will strip out the inside of the bolt.
Yes. There are manysuppliers of aftermarket bolt-on kits.
I did my jetta brakes many times, but I dont recall the bolt lengths. Ensure you have adequate engagement into nut. The dealer can supply you with the proper bolt for about 4 bucks.
Bolt pattern for a 1985 GMC Sierra Classic 1500 is 6x5.5 (That is what mine is)
This is how you will replace the front brakes on a 2000 Saturn Sc first you will jack the car up with jack stands. You will then remove the front wheels, next remove the upper caliper to mount bolt only. Then you will pivot the caliper downward to access the pads, you will remove the old pads and install the new pads. You will use a 'C' clamp and a old pad to bottom the caliper piston and you will pivot the caliper back into place and re-install the bolt.
look at the below the oil filter. It is a 19mm bolt that faces the front tire. in the center of the bolt it looks like there is a Phillips screw. The bolt is underneath the engine block between the exhaust pipes. good luck!
Im not 100%, but when i have changed other brakes like those in the past there was and Alan wrench bolt towards the inside of the truck, just take take that out and u should be able to figure it out from there, im not sure but i think you can just take them off by removeing that bolt but their might be something else you have to do...
97 buick lesabre center front wheel bolt size
what is the bolt pattern for 1985 el camino
There is a bolt near the rear of the mower that faces the rear right wheel. If you can press the brake while looking by the rear wheel, you'll be able to see where the bolt is. It is toward the top, front of the the right rear wheel. All you have to do is tighten the bolt a little and you'll have brakes again.
Sounds like the sliders are frozen, u may be able to get them apart, if u can try and clean them and put fresh hi temp disc break grease, if there really bad i would replace them.
1985 Chevy s10 RWD on 14' factory wheels bolt pattern is 5x4.75 (5x4 3/4) .
did u bleed the brakes as u tighten up the( pin ) bolt .
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Yes, they will bolt up. If I remember correctly, from 73-87 was pretty much the same truck.
The same way you replace the front. there both disc brakes all you do is take the caliper bolts out if there factory it'll be star head bolt ifs its aftermarkret they'll be Allen heads just remove the caliper and replace the brakes
You'll need a 1/2 wrench. On the right side of the transmission, behind the right rear tire there is a bolt in the center of the caliper. Tighten the bolt one quarter turn at a time until you have brakes.
You can adjust the rear brakes with the rear brake adjustment bolt. The rear brakes should adjust automatically every time you back up and use the brake.
With out knowing what you are working on we can not help.