Question about 2001 Ford Focus
If you are refering to a Standard Tool to REMOVE the NUTS that Hold the Wheel On it is Simply a 3/4 Inch or a 19 Millimeter Socket that you would Find in Any 1/2 DRIVE SOCKET SEt that Has BOTH METRIC and STANDARD TYPE SIZE INCRAMENTED Sockets.
Now the One that Would Come With the VEHICLE Can be of a FEW DIFFERENT Configurations such as A Standard & MOST COMMON TIRE IRON Witch Looks Like A Disfigured "L" Shape One end with a NUT Receaver Socket on one end and A Large FLATHEAD Screwdriver, . The Next Most Common one Would have the SHORT END that PIVOTS. And Basiclt these are the ONLY 2 Types that You Would Find in your tunk Compartment. This Should Answer your Question.
MY RECOMENDATION is >> AT YOUR LOCAL AUTO PARTS STORE YOU CAN PURCHASE WHAT IS CALLED 1 A "STAR" LUG NUT REMOVER , OR MORE COMMONLY REFERED TO AS A 4 WAY. THIS TOOL looks LIKE A STRAIGHT NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST CROSS BAR WITH DIFFERENT SIZE LUG SOCKET ON EACH END, This Tool Gives Much Better CONTROL and LEVERAGE for Loosening and Tightening the Wheel Nuts.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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