Question about Chrysler Cars & Trucks
I bought a pt curser chrysler. and my dealer ship dident give me the lock key to get my lug nuts off . and my back tier blew . so my car is stuck . i need tips on how to get my lug nuts off the rim. with out the lock key.
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
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
If you have a socket you are willing to destroy, Find a socket that is as close to the size of the lug nut, but not bigger. Whack it on with a hammer, use a socket wrench (with enough leverage) to remove the lug. Locking nut: Find a socket that is about the same size as the lock nut, follow steps above. **This only works with the star shaped lock nuts and the ones that "key" goes into.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
The fuse is No.3 "DR locks" (near steering wheel)
If you take the fuse out the doors will not open itselves.
The root cause of the problem will be a microswitch inside the drivers door?
Posted on May 29, 2009
It's a common problem when moister gets between tire tire and the hub. I see it all the time in my shop. Just put one lugnut back on loose and give the tire a good kick. That's the trick that works for me. :)
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
remove the control arm and the upper ball joint, possibly the tie rod too. your gonna need a air chisel more than likely.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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