1/4" or 10MM Hex- caution- some use the torx bolts. The rear you may need a tool to twist the piston back into the caliper. On some, a screw on the back of the caliper is turned to draw the piston back in. If your car has anti-lock brakes, then open the bleeder screws on the calipers before pushing the pistons in. That way, you won't be pushing dirt back up into the ABS hydraulic unit.
The symbol of a wrench in a Cavalier Dash usually means service required. This generally means that the vehicle should be checked by a mechanic for an issue.
All Cavaliers from '94 to '04 use a 3/8 Allen key on calipers.
no special tools required except a plug wrench most socket sets have plug sized sockets in them
No..maybe a oil filter wrench to remove it, but, install it by hand (HAND TIGHT)
You need a 3/8 Allen wrench.
they are located in the engine block. You'll need an extension to the wrench in order to get them out.
You need a 3/8 Allen key to release the caliper.
Struts on a car are a shock absorber that prevents the car from bouncing. A socket wrench is required to change the struts.
You need a 10mm wrench.
Cavaliers from '94 to '03 all take 3/8 Allen key on calipers.
Not 100% sure but it sounds like it's a check engine or service soon warning light.
it's a 3/8 wrench for both 2003 and 2004 caliper.
A torque wrench is not required to remove the bearing. It is required to apply the correct loading to a nut or bolt when assembling. Because the fixture may have been in place for some time a greater force may be needed for removal, because of corrosion or dirt, than the original torque setting applied.
A T55 torx, 19 mm and 30mm socket, rachet, impact gun and impact chisel, torque wrench, a big hammer, a coat hanger, a hydraulic lift or jack and stands, and a bit of time, patience and mechanical knowledge.
It means some type of routine service is required, usually oil change.
You will need special tools like: harmonic balancer puller, and impact wrench.
you have to buy a special wrench, buy a new belt, stick wrench under hood to a nut that will loosen the old belt, take old belt off, pull on wrench again, feed belt back onto pulleys (draw a diagram first so you know how to reinstall it), remove wrench, done! You do NOT need a special wrench (at least for '03-06). You do need a 17mm wrench or socket to release the tension of the tensioner pulley so you can slip off/on the belt.
have you try unscrewing it with an open end wrench? sometimes you may need a special tool. but its a farly simple job.
Pry on the idler with a pry bar.