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Re: THE TIRE/WHEEL DOES NOT COMES OUT.
The center hub is probably rusted and fused to the wheel. Spray wd-40 or similar penetrating oil at wheel center, give the tire some good kicks all around the outer edge. Make sure the car is on jack stands, or your kicking could result in the vehicle falling. U could also hit the wheel from under the car around the outer edge to break it free, but again, be very careful and make sure the car is very well supported so u don't end up crushed by the car. Let me know how u make out. The bonus is u will feel better after kicking the %$#*&^ tire. good luck countrycurt0
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Break lugs loose first. Chock opposite front wheel Jack upwhere the sprng meets up to the frame in fornt of the tire. Raise vehicle until tire is free by about 1 inch. Remove lugs swap with spare. Snug lugs then lower trie and then tighten lugs. put jack and chock away. That should take care of it.
spray w-d 40 on both sides of the wheel then after sitting for a while try using a sluge hammer on the wheel pounding first on one side then on the other if this dosen't work repeat the process using heat
Your problem is not uncommon. If excessive rust and corrosion build up between the wheel and the hub they become stuck together. Use a hammer and hit the wheel, moving around the entire edge until it loosens.
The rims can get stuck on the wheel hub , and often need a little persuasion to get them loose! If you can jack up your car, and preferably put a jack stand or something solid under the car, other than the car jack, then you can work on getting the tire loose. I have put a piece of wood up against the back side of my wheel assembly, and hit it with a large hammer, then jiggled the whole assembly side to side till it broke loose....just protect the rim and tire to keep from hitting directly on them.
if you got the lus off and the wheel is still stuck, it is probably corroded to the hub. Spray some penetrating oil or WD40 on it and let it soak in. Then you can use a rubber mallet to hit the outer part of the tire or wheel and see if you can shock it off. Or kick the outer edge of the tire.
If that doesn't work, put the lug nut on backwards until they just touch the wheel. Then drive back and forth while slamming on the brakes to see if you can break it loose. I spent 1/2 hour on just one tire/wheel.
Before putting the tire back on, sand and grease the hub.
If all the lugs are off don't be afraid to try to use a small sledge hammer it from the back of the tire. It will come off, it just needs a little persuation. I hope this helps, and please rate my answer. Thanks