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What is the bolt & nut size holding the rotor on the 2006 malibu ?

Need to know the socket size to use in order to remove the rotor

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Remove 2 phillips screw, unbolt caliper bracket w/ 17mm socket, use push bolt (12mm) to remove rotor if cannot be removed by hand

Posted on Nov 24, 2013

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SOURCE: I need to remove the front rotors 2004 chevy malibu classic v6

no alitttle pentrating oil around the hubs and a hammer too the back side if that doesnt work try some heat around the hubs

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SOURCE: 2003 silverado what size of t wrench do i need to remove breaks

It is a T-55 sometimes easy othe time a pain in the ****. You will need to turn the wheel in and throw a bar on it. Now if only I knew the torque specs for the caliper an mounting bracket...

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SOURCE: 1994 K1500 brake rotor replacement

if you replace the rotor you shouldnt have to take the spindle nut off,if you are talkin about the lug nuts then they are 7/8" standard or 22mm metric,and the torque on those are 140 ft lbs.the rotor might just be rusted on,a good whack with a hammer after the caliper and caliper bracket have been removed should get it loose for you,hope this helps

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Don't know the size of socket, but if you look in the bed of the truck, you will see the heads of the bolts(round objects about an inch or so in dia) and this will give you the locatiopn for the bolts. Also don't forget to unhook your fuel fill hoses and all electrical connections! before lifting bed.

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SOURCE: I need to know the size of the bolts that hold on

I believe the brake caliper bolts at the slides are 13MM hex and the bracket bolts are either 18MM or 21MM

Posted on Nov 07, 2009

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Remove and replace rear rotor


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