Visegrips, a cigarette and beer.
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.
For a list of tools and step by step insructions check out the following website. http://www.oqcgp.com/forum/kb.php?mode=article&k=14 Hope this helps. "G" The quick answer is no. I recently changed my brakes on my 2000 GTP and it does not require any special tools.
No special tools needed.
First of all, Do you have any specialty brake tools? Ben
a torx bit size t-55 for front brakes
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you need lots of tools to do that then take it out carefully
Drums are not a job for beginners. With the right tools & a manual you could do it.
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.
nope just standard air tools