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2007 Chevy Suburban rotor removal

Having trouble removing the rotors off of my 2007 Chevrolet Suburban there a special tool? I've bent 2 torx bits trying to get it off!

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  • ecujack May 09, 2009

    keemo68 thank you so much! Took a picture of it and asked the guy at our local automotive store (don't know if it is okay to use their name. AA) and he sold us one of those wonderful torx bit you were talking about and also some B'Laster PB Pentrating Catalyst and we didn't even need the new torx came right off with a spray of this miracle stuff on the front and back of the screw! Thanks for your help!

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This is a problem that happens alot you have to use an impact driver for this and a impact torx bit. the driver is a cylinder shaped tool with a 3/8 drive head. you get the impact torx the the impact driver and a hammer. the tool is inexpensive and will do the trick.

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Thanks y'all...lubricant worked like a charm! We were afraid we were turning it wrong and afraid we would break the bolt! You all just saved a family from biting each others heads off

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