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Remove the front brake caliper

What do i use a hex socket or a torx don t want to get it apart and find i dont have the tools to do the job.

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  • marbach14 Mar 11, 2009

    If it works great. Thanks a bunch just for the information. I will try

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I do brakes almost daily on all makes of cars.. Try a 3/8 Allen socket..which are what most Gm brake calipers are

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