- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
? 1:27 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rLi0I7vRIw
Mar 30, 2011 - Uploaded by Garden City Jeep Chrysler Dodge Ram SRT
The staff at Garden City Jeep Chrysler Dodge are ready to help you. ... Garden City Jeep Chrysler Dodge has The Can-Do Crew show you how to lower your spare tire. ... Pacifica, Durango, Charger and Liberty for the Hempstead, Queens, Brooklyn ...Installation of a Trailer Hitch on a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica ...Missing: nut sided adapter stored
Free video on how to fix a flat tire in a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica Touring 3.5L V6. Complete instructions for using the jack kit and spare tire in a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica... Most Chrysler jack kits include the jack, a jack handle and a lug nut wrench.
Most of the lock nuts are made of normal steel so get a socket that will "just" not fit and drive it on the nut well . Talk with a tyre shop as they use this process on a regular basis to remove tyres for people who have your problem. Use a bar or rattle gun and the nut will come off . Replace all the lock nuts with units that you can get a lock nut adaptor for
well it is called a lock lug nut tool or socket depends if they are factory or aftermarket. they some times have them at the dealer and they do make a lock lug nut removal tool kit that we use to remove them. we do AAAand carry them in our trucks just for this purpose.
put 1 lug nut on a few turns do not comletely tighten and hit tire on inside with a mini sledge hammer do not hit rim, if you have aluminum rims this happens because of the oxidation and gets stuck on the brake rotor
If you open the rear liftgate on carpet just forward of moulding you will see a plastic dimple with a square around it. Lift up that flap and you will see a nut this is the same size as lug nuts on your wheels. Now look to your right and you will see a compartment (it has to lock clips at top) pull open clips and remove panel inside you will find lug wrench jack and jack handle. remove wrench and go back to that flap and using your lug wrench loosen the nut. At this time your spare tire will be suspended by a cable and will be heading towards the ground look under back of van and there is your spare.
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.
The tire may need a good kick to loosen the rusted/corroded bond to the axle, usually in the center section. Light sanding and a film of grease to the area after the wheel is off will help future removal.
The owners manual shows where to put the jack. I no manual sometimes there are illustrations where the jack is stored in its compartment. First loosen the lug nuts before you jack up the vehicle, prevents the tire from turning. After jacking up the vehicle finish removing the lug nuts then remove the tire. The spare tire on the door may have a locking lug nut which requires a key to unlock before removing the lug nuts. Key us usually on the ignition key ring. Remove the lug nuts and put tire on the drivers side. Tighten up the nuts on the wheel and after the car is let down from the jack, finish tightening the lug nuts.
stock cobalts do not come with locking lug nuts from the factory, therefore the lugnuts on your car were put on aftermarket or from the dealer. as far as the key goes they could have put it anywhere, or not have given you one at all.
any discount tire store sells lug nut keys for about $5, just take them your car and they will sell you a key.