Question about 1998 Chrysler Cirrus
Get a four way lug wrench that and loosen, but do not remove, all the lugnuts on the wheel that has the flat.Next, jack up the car by lifting it up from the side underneath the doors on the pinchweld.Then remove the lugnuts.Install the spare after removing the flat.Tighten the lugnuts till they are snug on the wheel,then lower the jack .Then torque the lugnuts tight after the car is back on the ground, and you're ready to go down to the tire shop to get the flat fixed.Hope I could help!!!!
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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