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I have an x type jaguar 2004 and am having problems removing the lug nuts. There's a flimsy outside casing that fits the supplied wrench but when applying tension, comes away from additional lug nuts underneath. Then the wrench won't fit the crappy steel nut underneath. Any ideas?

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    too big or too small. i mean the tire iron ?

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Go to parts house and buy a 4 way lug wrench for import(mm) sizes. they are available. ask parts guy if he will let you see if it will fit your car before buying. He let you try if the car is there.

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