Question about 2002 Chevrolet Blazer
Okay, I see 3 bolts but can't find right socket for them. 7/16 too big, 3/8 too small. Could they be metric? Yes I am female and husband is not in town and need to remove this by wed and really wanted to do myself.
Thanks for the help!
Yes the bolt you are talking about.
They are 10mm.
3/8 in cross at 9.5mm
7/16 cross at 11mm.
You nees a 10mm.
OK. I hope this work for you...
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