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Hi I am trying to change a 1999 montero tire

I don't know if I am supposed to unsrew the six srews under the cap

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Eh dont you mean bolts?? and are you trying to change the wheel??? the one with a TYRE on it

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Yes the plastic e cap should pop off and teh six lug nuts or bolts will come off

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