A twelve point 1/4 inch socket.
what can the socket use to take the bolt for breks pad
It is called an oxygen sensor socket.
14 mm wrench or socket--top bolt does not loosen--take out bottom bolt and snap out pads -- front and back of each wheel
youll need a 5/8 superdeep plug socket
You need a 3/8 Allen key to release the caliper.
socket rench and a c-clamp
ratchet or socket
Nut you see after you remove the dust cover, in the middle of the drum, 30mm socket needed to remove
You need a 3/8" allan key or hex socket - not a torx
There are not any special tools needed to remove the brakes on your 2003 Ford Expedition. You will need a lug wrench, a 9/16 socket, a screwdriver, and a needle nose pliers.
the only tools need are a 17 inch socket a rachet a "C" clamp to push the piston back in.
Metric combination wrenches, socket set,possibly metric Allen wrench set, jack stands and hydraulic jack. Get a Haynes manual also available at NAPA parts stores.I hope this helps.
Lug Wrench to remove tire & Wheel Socket Wrench or Hex Wrench to remove Caliper bolts Large "C" clamp to collapse caliper piston Rags, and a good spray brake cleaner
Most likely 3/8 Allen for caliper this truck.
You will need a one inch socket and ratchet. You also might need a mallet. The socket and ratchet will be needed to remove the lower control arm nuts. The mallet might be needed to loosen the control arm.
all you need is a socket set and a c.clamp drive safe
You need a torx type socket. If you use an Allen wrench...you will strip out the inside of the bolt.
You have to get a special socket at the auto store.
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.
A 11/16 socket is needed to remove the 1984 Chevrolet pickup front axle hub assembly. The socket should be a five-point socket.
Hi- The numbers on my socket are "E8 S-K"
the caliper bolts require a 3/8" Allen wrench. You can buy these as a socket at just about any parts store.
Torx T 40 socket