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Need to change brakes on a 1995 olds cutless ciara and was told i needed a hex screwdriver but dont know the size?

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    96 cutlass rear brakes have no presure,can't bleed



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I worked many years in a parts store all you have to do is ask a parts man he can either look it up or he may know..

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