Question about GMC Envoy
I think there is a safety device inside the plate that holds the spare tire up, you can sometimes use a screw driver to hold it out of the way so that you can slide the plate up the cable, however if it is seized, it will require that you cut the cable and replace the hoist, depending on where you live. There are a lot of them that are seized in the northern states and around beaches due to salt.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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