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Can't get flat tire off 06 Nissan Armada

Have a a flat tire on the Armada parked in a very tightly packed garage. We got the factory jack finally to work, then removed lugs, but now can't get the tire to come off. It won't even budge is there a key to use? We do have the tire pressure sensor system on this car.

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  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    that happens sometimes , try giving it a good kick in the sidewall , it will pop loose .

    J5


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U probably just have a bit of rust holding it on, a kick should do it, provided that u raise the car high enough to get the weight off the car and removed all the lug nuts :)

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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