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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is how to fix it:
-The tire will lower about 2 inches then stop.
-Lower the cable another couple of inches. Lie on your back under the tire and lift the tire weight off the cable.
- With your third hand (get a helper - I used one hand to lift the tire) reach up and over the tire to the wench down tube. You will feel a wire connected to a square piece of metal. Pull on that metal piece, it should pop back for you releasing the tire.(You may have to pull up-and-out if it has a little rust on it.)
-While you have the tire down, clean up the mechanism and apply some grease.
This is a really stupid idea from Chrysler ! , but if you get rust on this you have to go through all of this, ridiculous ! , but that is what you have to do.
Please let me know how it goes.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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