Question about 1999 Volkswagen Passat
I can get the rear lug nuts to move no problem, but the front one wont move. there is a larger nut in the center of the other nuts of the front tires, but not the back. do I have to remove this one first?
Iam totally confused here now please explain what you are trying to do here in plain english with no american terminology like lug ? because this word means a worm you dig up at low tide to go fishing with.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they are the locking wheel nuts(lugs)and you will need a key(not a hex allen key)to remove them.if you look close you will see that the sides are not equal.
I use a nut spilitter or an old socket hammered onto the nut to remove it,means replacements but next time you buy a car check to make sure you have the radio code and the wheel nut key.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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