Question about Hyundai Cars & Trucks
The bar to lower the spare wheel is located under the back seat. The back seat is a 60/40 split seat and the bar is under the 60 longer seat. You need to pull the lever at the top of the seat near the head rest and lean it forward as far as it will go and then pull another lever at the base of the seat facing the door, Then lean that part of the seat forward to reveal the spare wheel lowering bar sitting in 2 clips. Take that bar to the back of the car and lift the tailgate. Just to the right of the latch that locks the tailgate in place is a hole to suit the bar. slide the bar all the way home and use the tyre lever to wind (anti clockwise)the spare wheel down. You're welcome.
Posted on Aug 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spare wheel renault clio
open your tailgate and right in the middle in front of your tailgate catch pull the boot carpet back or there might be a little **** in the carpit when pulled back you should see a bolt head remove your wheel brace and apply to the bolt head turn antyclockwise you spare wheel should drop a you turn it,hope this helps.adrian
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
The spare wheel is located under the rear boot carpet.BUT some meganes do not come with a spare as its an optional extra when the car is purchased. If there is no spare, then a can of foam and a small compressor to repair and inflate the punctured tyre, should be fitted.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2009 mazda6 has no spare wheel
go to your local wrecker and get them to match some thing up as it doesn't have to come of a Mazda (most early Mazda only had 4 stud rims)
other option is to go to a Tyre retailer and get a cheep mag wheel and a cheep Tyre fitted if it is only a spare it dosn't have to look good
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
the solution is simple,
you only need to undo the screw on top of the side light/indicator. then facing the head light place a flat headed screw driver under the bottom lip of side light. the bottom of the lihgt is on a small push fit stud, use a sponge or cloth to protect your bumper paint work then just apply pressure gently to lever side light out towards you, It will come dont worry, you may then change your bulbs if you wish remove the whole light unit you will see the bottom bolt as soon as you release the side light. to replace just push back into place then replace screw. whole job takes about five minutes
hope this helps kevan hildred
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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