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Brake Bleeder Screw Size?


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Does anyone happen to know the size of the bleeder screws? I haven't done it before, and I'm hoping to avoid having to make a trip to buy another wrench once I get the wheels off. Neither Haynes or Macartney seems to have this info.

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Craftsman has a real nice 7mm combo wrench in their professional series. I own 4 of these- keep one in each cars' tool kit.

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Looks like I'm going to Sears!

While I'm out there, what's the size of the nut holding on the steering wheel? (as opposed to the nut behind it.)

Also, the lugnuts are 19mm, right? TIA!

Matt "Anxiously awaiting my parts CD" P.

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Be sure to get the real nice shiny chrome 7mm wrench. The closed head is thinner walled and fits the bleeder screws nicely. Probably $5, but worth it. For the 19 and 22, I would get 1/2" drive. Don't quote me on the steering wheel size, just going from memory- scary.

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But I didn't have any brake fluid. I'll have to wait another day. The one in the wheel is larger than 19mm, that's the largest socket I have, and it didn't fit.

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