Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
The rear tire won't come off on my 2001 chevy cavalier. I removed the lug nuts, but there appears to be something in the middle holding it in place.
Rotate wheel and hit it with a hammer from inside if there alloys a block of wood between the rim and hammer to stop it damaging alloy
Posted on Apr 13, 2016
There's also the 'red-neck' method (which I'm quite guilty of using) first, put a block of wood behind the other 3 tires, then lift the one that's being stubborn just enough to get it off the ground; then spraying some PB Blaster (or similar) at the lugs and letting it soak in (rotating the wheel on occasion so it works its way in all directions, around in the center/hub if you've got steel wheels as well -- might take 10-20 mins of light sprays and rotating for it to soak in thoroughly, then sit on the ground at a comfortable distance to kick the ever-loving snot out of the edges of the tire alternating between sides to knock it loose
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Use triangular plucker with centerely fastened k
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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