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Tyre will not come off

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I am changing a flat tyre and the wheel just won't come off after I jack the car up and remove the five nuts. Is there something I am doing wrong?
Honda Accord, Estate 2006 Tourer
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Seán

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  • marlfield779 Nov 21, 2008

    Alas it is the front right wheel. Any other thoughts?
    Thanks Benimur


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Give it a good kick out on its end (tire end) ..sheesh... it is just swedged against the center of the hub/rotor and wheel .....be safe.. but go for it

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It is probably just stuck and in need of some major jiggling...i would suggest using a "dead weight" or similar rubber hammer to try and loosen it. good luck!

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Hi,

If it is either of the rear wheels, might the hand/emergency brake is on?

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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    Louie Role Nov 21, 2008

    Appreciate the quick postback. Since all 5 wheel nuts are already off, there is nothing that should be holding it back, not unless one or more of the 5 holes are have fused to any of the threaded portion. You can try:


    • lowering the jack (but not remove it) to put some weight on the erring tire;

    • jar the wheel with any method/object available; it would seem that you have to force the issue;

    • roll the spare tire off center to the erring tire.
    A friendly reminder, of course safety is paramount and pls do not endanger yourself or aggravate the problem.


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