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It requires a 15mm socket. If you only have an SAE socket set available, I believe a 9/32" will do, so long as you take it easy and the bolt isn't locked up... Then you could end up stripping the head.
the lighter socket will be straight 12 volts and the GPS may require less (5.5 volts) and the different size is to prevent the over voltage and damaging the GPS unit. There may be an adaptor that will do the job and it may have a built- in transformer for the purpose.
First you need to research your Make and Model vehicle and determine your spark plug size (5/8 or or larger) typically there are only 3 sizes but you'll need to know which as you will have to buy the Spark plug socket to remove them. Next you need to locate a online diagram or Haynes Manual to see if you yourself can reach or change the plugs and wires as some cars are built in such a way that only a Technician would know how to reach them properly. 3rd you will need to determine if the OEM wires (Original Equipment Manuafacturer) part is available (cheaper) or if you will have to buy a aftermarket set (Bosch or ACCEL). Removing plugs will require a Socket wrench, spark plug socket and extension. when putting in new plugs make sure you use Anti-sieze on the thread of the new plugs before installation (keeps from locking up into the head) also make sure you use Plug wire boot lubrication before putting in new wires (this helps make sure that future plug replacement is easy as it will help the boot slide on and off. That's it without knowing your exact make and model.
First, you you managed to give the year, but you forgot to mention MAKE and MODEL...Nice-to-know ...especially since you are asking for SPECIFIC information that does not apply to all vehicles.
Second, I have no idea what a "star" tool is unless you are refering to a "Torx" driver.
Third, MOST GM vehicles built in this century require neither an Allen wrench or a Torx driver. Most calipers can be removed with either a 15mm or a 13mm socket or wrench.
I would recommend removing the tire and wheel assembly to LOOK at the caliper and see what is holding it.
Instead of explaining it, Go to Youtube and type in how to change spark plugs. This will give you a view and pictures. When you purchase your new plugs be sure to have your auto info such as year , make , model , engine size. Plus ask them what is the GAP measurement. They do sell plugs that don't require gap. Plugs, Gap tool, anti-seize grease (small packet) $.99. Whatever you do, don't forget the grease, it keeps your plugs from being welded in the head and alot easier to remove. Good Luck
I do believe you will need a 19mm socket and ratchet to loosen the plug,some models also just require the square end od a 3/8 extension or ratchet to remove the plug. remember though there is only 20 ft.lbs of torque on this, so do not over tighten.
please be more specific in queens english ,what are you refering to as a freezer plug??the electrical connection on the end of a flex that you plug into a wall socket .Or do you mean a core plug ???if its the later you hammer the new one in with a nice hammer and a nice size drift,dolly,round bar,flat chisel,knocking stick.I mean iam only a common cockney with no education from the east end of london