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What tools do i need to take off the rotters on a

What socket size do i need to take off the rotters on a 2004 sunfire

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  • samanthaneum Jul 25, 2009

    what size of socket???

  • samanthaneum Jul 25, 2009

    i need to kno what size of socket to use on a 2004 sunfire to take off the bolt holding the rotters on the axle?

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    honeymokey May 11, 2010

    Take off wheel remove caliper remove rotor,



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To do a brake job, you will need a socket/wrench set to remove caliper mounting bolts, a large c-clamp and a small block of wood to depress the piston on caliper. I usually have a wire brush and brake parts cleaner handy for cleaning purposes, a rubber mallet to give a stubborn rotor the whack that it deserves, and patience.

Go to the autozone website at and register your vehicle. It's doesn't cost anything and you will have access to a repair manual for your vehicle. Step by step instructions will be there to assist you in performing the brake job. Sure hope this helps you and best wishes.

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