Question about 1995 Ford Mustang
My 1995 mustang uses a 13 mm socket for the front calipers. I used a screwdriver to pry the pads back before removing the calipers, easier than using the C-clamp method.
As for the back brakes if you have the shoe type brakes you will need a brake shoe adjusting tool to loosen the adjusters.
Probably a good sized 2-4 pound hammer.
Slip joint plyers.
A 5/16 -3/8 wrench for the bleeder screws depending on the one you have. I didn't need to bleed mine as I was able to remove the shoes without disturbing the wheel cylinders.
If you need to bleed the brakes a good bleeding kit or 2 people that can work together pumping and bleeding the brakes .
hope this helps.
As always I would refer the a good shop manuals such as Motor, Haynes or Chiltons.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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