Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
Before you try and get the nut off,go and get a spare replacement wheel stud.Don't use a ratchet because they are not strong enough.If you use an impact gun,tighten it first and then ondo it.Other than that,use an impact gun socket,a long handled breaker bar to suit the socket and get into it.Good luck
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