Question about 2004 GMC Envoy
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If you have turned the crank to lower the tire and nothing happens STOP. I did this and borke the plastic that covers the coil of wire! Get out another jack and jack up the center of the spare. It has a safety on it that will lock the spare in the event of a cord failure. Jacking up the center of the spare tire will release it. Just make sure your no where near it if it falls off the jack. Good luck I hope this helps. Oh and if this doesn't work right away STOP JACKING IT UP!!!!
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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