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Front axle nuts size for 2003 pontiac grand prix

Need to know metric size of axle nut

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2002 Grand Prix front axel nut holding on hub is a 33MM or 1 5/16 deep socket

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G.M. uses a metric nut,you need a 30mm socket.

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SOURCE: 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Tyring to change rotor.

THe rotor is not held on by nut. If you are talking about taking the axle off and axle nut is abut 1 3/4 - 1 7/8

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You do not need to pull the axle nut loose the rotor will slide off wheel hub assembly.you might need to tap it off if been on a long time.all that has to come off is the caliper

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