I have a Haynes manual and some tools I just need the correct sized Torx head I measured across from point to point when I had the wheel off. I didn't realise you need to measure across the short bit. See you learn something every day (What a pillock)
It's probably one of these T50, T55,T60,T70 but at a tenner each (for a socket) I didn't want to buy all of them I might as well take it into Peugeot at that cost!
I will have to buy a set, I suppose knowing the 307 they will come in handy anyway?
I'm up for it alright it's not difficult remove the rear wheel, take the rear brake pads out, remove the brake caliper, remove the brake disc then undo the bolt that holds the sensor in place, remove clean up the rust etc. Fit a washer if deemed neccesary. Check the wiring under the exhaust heat shield while I'm down there. Put it all back together. God it sounds easy BUT I bet I will be chuffing trying to get the disc off.
Do I need a puller?
Any comments have I missed anything ?