I have got a new rear hub and wheel bearing assembly that I need to fit to my Mk2 2.0 Focus. The Haynes manual says it is bolted on with torx bolts. I do not have any torx sockets, and money being tight, I don't want to buy a compete set of sockets, I will just buy the one I need, so can anyone tell me what size torx socket I will need.
Also, is it possible to unbolt the rear caliper without disconnecting the hand brake cable, and just tie it up whilst removing the disk and hub? The new hub did not come with new bolts, and the Haynes manual does not say to replace them, so I assume it will be ok to re use the old ones with some fresh tread lock.
I want to remove the heated front and rear heated screen buttons complete with the trim that they live in. I have removed the radio surround, and this revealed 2 torx screws holding the part I want to remove. I have taken out the screws, but the trim is still firmly fixed, and I don't want to force it too hard in case I break it.
Does anyone know how I can remove the buttons and trim complete without breaking it?
I need to remove my front interior light from my 2007 Mk2 Focus, I have removed the plastic light cover , and inside is a metal tang that apparently needs to be pushed or pulled in a certain direction to allow the fitting to be removed. I have tried moving the metal tang forewards and backwards, but the fitting does not want to come out. any idea what I am doing wrong?