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Old 03-10-2009, 08:36 PM
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ok in my 89' firebird Trans Am i putting in 4th generation bucket seats, but the seat belt on the passenger side is broken and when i went to take it off in the housing at the bottom i need a Torx Head Screwdriver to take it out but in my set they are all to small, and money is tight so i want to just buy the right size instead of buying a whole new set, so does anyone know what size it will take?

Im thinking its a T30 but im not sure

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Old 03-10-2009, 09:18 PM
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Harbor Freight has sets from T10-T60 ( IIRC ) for $10... there sockets, but I have a set and havn't broken any
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hmm ok i will go there tomorrow, even though it is about 35 miles away lol
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you need either a t50 or t55
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Pretty sure the GM is a T50. Check at someplace like Advanced Auto or AutoZone. You can buy a single one for something like $5.98. Or it was the last time I got one.
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Check Autozone's rental tools. Just leave a deposit and get that back when tool is returned.
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