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I asume you have the car jacked up. Take a block of wood and a hammer hold the wood on the inner part of the wheel (the bit inside the wheel well) and hit the wood with the hammer then spin the wheel 90 degrees and repeat till it comes off.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009


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How to remove rear wheel

Hi, I hope I can help with this.
You should only have to remove the lug nuts and the wheel and tire will be removed. If you removed the center wheel nut then it sounds like you are trying to remove the brake rotor. To remove the wheel the 5 or 6 lug nuts need to be removed. To remove the rear spare tire there is a plastic cover to remove which then has a key hole (locks for security). You will need to unlock this as well.

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How do I remove the flat tire

Hi Frank:
- Block the diagonally opposite tire.
- Set the parking brake
- Put the transmission in Park or Low gear.
- Set the jack under the frame or body lift point.
- Jack up until tight against lift point
- Remove trim cover if present
- Use wheel nut wrench to loosen nuts. Do not remove nuts.
- Jack up until wheel off ground.
- Remove wheel nuts.
- Wheel should now be able to be removed. Sometimes they will need a kick to loosen them. If still stuck, reply as a COMMENT to this e-mail and I'll give you some other hints.
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How do you get the tire off a 2005 Dakota once the lug nuts have all been taken off.

Hi Richard:
These can be a PITA!
The diameter of the centre of the wheel can be a nasty tight fit.
Here's a couple of techniques:
- Old brute force trick......... use spare tire as "pendulum" hammer and smack the stuck tire... front.back.front.back
- If front tire, turn all the way to side being removed.... but block of wood between rim and frame.... turn back against rim.
- Put lug nuts back on leave slack. Lower vehicle back to ground and drive slowly forward and back. If front tire, turn back and forth.
Sometimes this will loosen them
- If rear tire, slide 4X4 across from under vehicle. block so it is against rim, then smack 4X4 with LARGE sledge hammer.
- Some people apply heat to the centre of the wheel where it is jammed. I don't like doing that.
BRUTE FORCE is much more satisfying.

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My rear wheel/tire are stuck on my car,how do i remove

I presume you mean you have removed the nuts and can't get the rim from the hub centre? Sit the vehicle on a jack stand and clout the back of the rim with a stout piece of timber. Leave a couple of nuts on loose to prevent the wheel falling.
Or, loosen the nuts approx half way and drive backwards and forwards at less than walking pace having someone watch the wheel and this flexing of the unsecured wheel will usually free it. Then remove as normal. When refitting clean all the corrosion from the wheel and hub and coat the retaining surface lightly with grease. Don't grease the studs or nuts.

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How to replace the upper control arm

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  3. Remove the upper arm ball joint self-locking nut(A) and the split pin(B).
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2006 Hyundai Sonata; key will not turn ignition; shifter in park and locked; wheel not locked when ignition first attempted-half turn locked it.

try the spare key and if still no joy then its a new new steering lock complete and you have to cut it off with a angle grinder and a big hammer and chisel

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How do i replace the key cylinder on a 2006 sonata when the steering is locked

If you are not an experinced locksmith you cannot do it without damaging something. Call a locksmith. Those guys know how to release the lock in different cars. You have to remove the steering wheel before hand though to reduce the time he/she will spend on your car.

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How to change tire on 2006 Toyota Solara? All 5 lug nuts are removed. Is there a center nut? I believe the rims are a special alloy type.

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