The Snap-on Fuel Pressure Sensor Socket for GM Vehicles, No. A227, is specifically designed to easily remove GM fuel pressure sensors. Access to these sensors is restricted by the sensor connector and side air intake ports, so technicians often attempt to remove the sensor with pliers, which can easily damage the part. This socket is thin-walled and deeply broached giving technicians the ability to fit the socket over the sensor connector for safe removal. The A227 provides accessibility to areas where a regular 27mm socket does not work. The Fuel Pressure Socket works on a number of 2007-2011 models, including the Cadillac CTS and STS; the Buick Allure, Enclave and LaCrosse; and the Chevrolet Camaro, Cobalt, HHR, Traverse and Acadia.