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what size is this??

im trying to get these to pieces to come apart that surround the wheel neck. dont know what theyre called but theres like 6 holes in the bottom that go way up and i cant tell what is up there...phillips...torx....etc. anyone know???


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most likely phillips. most(all) fords are phillips.
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ok , it would just grind my gears if it was another damn torx size i dont have...
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Pretty sure they are Phillips. Why didn't you just stick a Phillips head screwdriver in there?
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cause ive done that before and all it will do is strip the **** out of it. plus it goes up like4 inches so u cant see
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if you get a flash light and get the right angle in the hole, you can see what it is barely.
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if you're careful and don't jam the ****in screwdriver up there it wouldn't strip anything, you should spin it lightly once and say "gee, thats not a philips" and take it out.. but i guess you take another approach?

one of the holes, under the lock cylinder just stick a skinny screw driver up in the hole and wiggle it around, i think you push a little pin/ball in and it releases the whole lock cylinder..
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okay i got it
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using a #2 phillips also eliminates stripping the srews. what are you trying to do?
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using a #2 phillips also eliminates stripping the srews. what are you trying to do?
whats that?
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a size.
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of a phillips screwdriver
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that you should use.
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guys, i got it. lol
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a size.
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of a phillips screwdriver
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that you should use.
rofl, thanks for the support guys.
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