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I have a 2001 Audi A4 and have a flat tire. I removed the lug bolts and am having a problem removing the final 'specialty' bolt. In my jack kit I found an 'adapter' for this bolt with the number 62 on it that is just slightly too big to fit in slots to remove the bolt. What can I do?

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Check with local tire shop or use a small crestcent wrench if needed.

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0900c152800c2fa3.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. A threaded plastic guide dowel is included in the vehicle's tool kit. Thread it into place to guide the wheel on the ground
Fig. Apply a light coating of an anti-seizing compound to the lug bolts


Fig. The screwdriver handle supplied in the vehicle's tool kit is used to start the lug bolts
Fig. Always loosen or tighten the axle nut or bolt with the vehicle on the ground
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