Question about 2002 GMC Yukon Denali
Look for a small **** in or above the rear bumper. if this is your situation, then a long rod should have been included with your jack. this is a common way to lower the spare on a truck-type vehicle.
if this is ****/rod set-up is the case, then you will have to insert the long rod into the **** until it comes in contact with a slotted bolt head (like a regular screw/bolt and a regular screwdriver). then, turn the rod (usually by attaching the protruding end of the rod to a square hole in the middle of the tire iron, and using the tire iron as a handle) and the chain which holds the tire in place should loosten, and the tire will decend.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
Testimonial: "I inserted the rod after I assembled the 3 pieces but when I turned it counter clockwise nothing happened. It just turns, tire still in place."
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