you can go to any part store specialty tool section look for Chevy brake caliper tool less than 5 dollars
To remove the calipers from the mounts it takes a 3/8's hex...use a socket style one...an Allen key would take forever.
Cavaliers from '94 to '03 all take 3/8 Allen key on calipers.
All Cavaliers from '94 to '04 use a 3/8 Allen key on calipers.
All Cavaliers from '94 to '03 used 3/8 Allen key on calipers.
You didn't say year, but most after '97 are 7mm Allen key.
In that period most Cadillac calipers were held by 15mm bolts.
You need a 3/8 Allen wrench.
All Cavaliers from about '94 to at least '04 use a 3/8 Allen key for calipers.
You need a 3/8 Allen key to release the caliper.
whatever one fits, some are torx..
10MM" WRONG!! Im in the middle of changing my brakes and 10MM does NOT fit. If i care enough i will post what works after i figure it out.
It's 12 mm bolts, not Allen key.
I believe that will be a 7mm Allen key.
You need 3/8 Allen key.
this is my question, lol. my answer is 7 mm Allen wrench. fits like a glove!
The sensible thing to do is get the wheel off and look. Try different wrenches on if you are not sure. Then at least you are not taking someone else's word for an important job.
Its not an Allen wrench its a specialty socket. Go to like autozone or a place like that. i got mine at carquest in las Vegas.
Which allen wrench to change brakes on mazda tribute 4wd 2005?
on a 2002 it is a 3/8 th Allen wrench Actually the proper ones are a 7mm and 10 mm for the bracket bolts
it's a 3/8 wrench for both 2003 and 2004 caliper.
it takes a 7mm Allen wrench to remove calipers on 2003 ford focus.
3/8 inch Allen wrench.
On some later model Fords the calipers have 7mm Allen heads, -an unusual size.
To change the brake pads on a 1991 Chevrolet Caprice, you will need some tools. You're going to need a c-clamp, a hex key or Allen wrench to remove the calipers, and a wrench to bleed the lines.
This week, I have changed the brake pads on two vehicles that I have never worked on before. I jack them up and get in there with a full set of Allen keys and small wrenches within reach. I look and see if it needs an Allen key or wrench and approximately what size. Then I try tools that may fit till I find the correct one -usually within 2 tries. - This is not a complicated exercise. . . .