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How do I remove spare tire off a ford territory

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SOURCE: Ford F250 Spare Tire Removal

Hi there!

The only trick I know is to coat the bolts with coppergrease - and check yearly.

They get the worst of the road spray, then sieze.

Sometimes bolt croppers are the only way - then replace the mountings.

Try penetrating oil for several days ( I presume you're home now), and apply a self-grip wrench while using a good socket set on the other. If it snaps - job done, get a replacement.

Bad design.

Paint your spare steel rim with a rustproofing sealant - or it will soon rust around the tyre - causing a flat as well.

I hope this solves your problems - now and in the future. If it does, Please rate as Fixya, Thank you.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Spare tire Cable assembly

Well catch 22 here, you have to remove the tire to get at the cable reel, have it cut off with a high speed cut off wheel.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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SOURCE: FORD F-250 Spare Tire

Have someone pry down on the tire while turning...

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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SOURCE: How to remove the spare tire on 2001 Chevy Blazer

if the vehicles spare is located under the rear cargo area then there may be a hole located in the rear bumper next to the license plate. if the vehicle is equipped like that then there should be a few straight bars that attach together to form a long bar. this bar is then inserted into this hole and mated with a joint witch is connected to a pully system that raises and lowers the tire. if this didnt make any sense or if it is totally wrong then you could consult the owners manual. all of the necessary procedures are in that book.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I remove the spare tire

lift open the tailgate..lift the panel that is in the back there is a nob that is covered by some fabric..use the jack that comes with the truck it has a diagram underneath the panel of how to lower the tire and release it. i had the same problem the first time i got a flat as well. after you figure it out it is very easy and simply replace the bad tire with the new.

Posted on May 14, 2009

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How do i change a tire on a 1988 ford f-150


Before doing anything make sure you have air in your spare..,A good Jack and spare tire removal kit....The kit should be under or behind the passenger seat..I don't like the factory Jack it comes with because sometimes you need a good strong block of wood to achieve the height you need to contact the vehicle..and sometimes they don't work correctly...Some spare tire release tools are under the hood..It is a long skinny rod ...You have to use rod or rod kit to stick through the rear bumper at the slot and turn the rod counterclockwise after you feel the rod connect with the release mechanism..,Lower the spare until it touches the ground then keep turning so you can have enough slack to remove cable from spare tire...Set parking brake while in park and use the lug nut removal tool to break loose the lug nuts before raising vehicle..They are removed counter clockwise..Don't take nuts off just break them loose...Block front wheels for safety with anything solid you can find if you are stranded..If you can't find anything rely on parking brake..It should be safe in park but safety first....Jack vehicle up..,remove all lug nuts put them in a safe clean place don't lose them..Remove flat tire..Install spare..Start each lug nut and tighten them all tight by hand..Snug each nut clockwise in a star pattern ..Get them good and tight but don't try to hurt yourself or break the stud...Lower vehicle,remove Jack..Snug each lug nut once again for safety..Put flat in truck bed for now rather than back in the spare storage area because it has to be repaired..Crank spare cable that held spare under truck clockwise until it stops.Remove tool..,Gather all tools used., remove blocks from front tires.,Head to a tire store...

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How do I remove the spare tire


Look under the rear of your expedition directly in the center of your spare tire there will be a wing nut that is what holds the spare tire on you may need to spry some lube of some sort on befor you try and remove it as they spend years under the car in the elements and dirt hope this helps

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How do i remove the spare tire on a 2009 dodge ram


It should tell in your owner's manual. One of the factory-supplied tire changing tools may work for it.

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Where is the spare tire located on a 1995 ford aerostar?


Section 00-02: Lifting, Jacking and Spare Tire Stowage 1995 Aerostar, Ranger, Explorer Workshop Manual
TIRE STOWAGE Tire, Spare, Removal, Aerostar If the Aerostar is a standard length vehicle the spare tire is mounted inside to a carrier at the left rear quarter panel. To remove the spare tire, remove the wing nut and plate. A flat tire can be temporarily stowed in the same location.



If the Aerostar is the bus with a standard length body or extended length (all models), the temporary spare tire is stowed at the rear of the vehicle under the body. The Aerostar standard length E-4WD bus spare tire is mounted on the floor.
  1. Insert lug nut wrench into the actuator hole and turn counterclockwise until the cable extends to allow the spare tire to be pulled rearward from under the vehicle.
  1. Slide spare tire to the rear and remove the retainer from the wheel.
  1. To stow cable/retainer with spare tire removed, insert cable fitting into carrier rear wall slot, place wheel retainer against the carrier, and turn lug nut wrench clockwise until slack is removed.
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What key do i need to get our spare tire off our 1994 ford explorer


The spare tire key/lock on Ford trucks and SUVs is not the same a wheel locks.

This is a very common problem -- Ford's spare tire key being missing in a used truck, van or SUV. Ford has discontinued this spare lock model, because it obviously sucks. Unfortunately, this means your dealership probably can't order the new spare key for you. The company that made them is still around, and you can find out what size it is and re-order, but this is not the best solution.

Here is the best answer I found, for what it's worth.

Remove the spare tire lock completely, and you don't need a key at all. Problem solved. You must first remove the black plastic guide that leads to the spare lock. Then, with a screwdriver push our the lock, or you can pull it out with pliers. Afterwards and forevermore, you can use the black rod extension to turn the spare tire winch mechanism, and it will work beautifully every time.

If you want to read more details about how to remove the lock, and pictures to guide you, check here: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/333925-used-truck-has-no-spare-tire-key-2.html

Also, if you don't want to drive around with your spare unlocked (because, apparently, people steal spare tires), you can get an aftermarket tire lock for a very reasonable price -- and it will work, and be a heck of a lot better than the stock spare lock/key discontinued nightmare.

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I have a used 2004 Ford F250 and am in need of a spare tire key


Check this site for info- there are 16 different 'keys', so it would probably be best to follow instructions on how to use a 'bolt extractor' to drop the spare tire, and remove the 'key ' insert, so you can lower it w/ a 3/8 drive socket extension in the future, and lock it with a cable lock for security.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/831281-lost-ford-spare-tire-key-this-works-great.html

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I have a 2004 Ford f250 and I don't have the spare tire key. Where can I get a new one? I've gone to Ford dealers and they told me that they can't get it. I can't get my spare tire down.


If you can gain access to the plastic tube where the spare tire rod slides through to lower the tire. I would remove the tube so you can get to the lock. I would just pop the lock out and leave it out.Good luck,I hope this helps.

Jul 08, 2009 | 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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1993 Ford E150 Mark III


hello
i have a 1992 and im sure this would be the same
To remove the spare tire:
1. Open both of the rear doors. Remove the
access cover from the rubber strip found
behind the left door. Insert tapered end of
lug wrench or tip of jack handle through the
access hole. Turn counterclockwise until the
cable extends enough to allow the spare tire
to be pulled rearward from under the
vehicle.
2. Slide the spare tire to the rear and remove
the retainer from the wheel.
3. To stow the cable/retainer with spare
removed, turn jack handle wrench clockwise
until slack is removed.

dont be afraid to crank on it real hard sometimes they stick.
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Oct 01, 2008 | 2003 Ford E150

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Is the wheel the correct size? If so, then don't worry about it. It's just a spare. If it's completely wrong, then get the right one at a junkyard.

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