No special tools needed.
a torx bit size t-55 for front brakes
Tools needed to replace front brakes 2002 Ford Focus?
what tools do i use to change the front brakes in my 2003 Pontiac grand prix
The brakes on the Villager are as straight forward as the brakes on a 1965 Mercury. Only normal brake tools are required.
To replace brakes effectively, you need to know what type of brakes you have. In general, you will need a jack, new brakes, a wrench and Allen wrenches.
there has to be a special tool .. the caliber needs to be turned while its being compressed. i used a pair of channel locks to turn the caliber while using a c clamp to compressing it good luck.. keep an eye on the fluid level..
First of all, Do you have any specialty brake tools? Ben
The tools needed for an oil change tend to be common tools. A floor jack is needed to access the oil pan. A pan which is used to drain oil into. A wrench and socket set is used to remove and replace the oil cap.
first off are they disk brakes, (like the front one)? or drum brakes?
It depends greatly on the repair needed and the tools you have on hand in determining how long it takes to repair brakes and brake services. If you don't have that have a professional do it.
Drums are not a job for beginners. With the right tools & a manual you could do it.
nope just standard air tools
Visegrips, a cigarette and beer.
No tools needed, that 1997 Cadillac Deville doesn't have a timing belt.
14 mm wrench or socket--top bolt does not loosen--take out bottom bolt and snap out pads -- front and back of each wheel
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 only tools need are a 17 inch socket a rachet a "C" clamp to push the piston back in.
Probably basic hand tools and perhaps a brake spring tool. If you pick up a shop manual for the car and read their directions, you should get some idea what you'll need.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
No, no special tools needed, just common hand tools.
basic tools are all that are needed its a simple job. They are disc type brakes.If you can do the front, then you can do the rear.
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.
brake fluid.10 mm 11 mm , wd40, and a buddy to help ya