i have all the nuts removed on the rear wheel of my 2008 toyota corolla but wheel wont budge they are alloy wheels and someone told me that there is a locking nut somewhere i cant find it

Asked by Mar 19, 2015 at 07:03 PM about the 2008 Toyota Corolla

Question type: General

I HAVE ALL THE NUTS REMOVED ON THE REAR WHEEL OF MY TOYOTA
COROLLA BUT IT WONT BUDGE. SOMEONE SAID THERE IS A LOCKING NUT ON
ALLOY WHEELS I CANT FIND IT IF THERE IS ONE CAN ANYONE HELP ME.
THANKS, pAT

3 Answers

If there was a lock-nut it would be one of the lug nuts. Make sure the car is stable!!! Jacked up then give it a good kick with the bottom of your foot on the top or bottom

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH THAT ANSWERS MY QUESTION MUCH APPRECIATED

Spray a generous amount of pb blaster around bolt holes and wait for a few minutes. You may need to bang on the back of the rim with a big hammer to brake it loose. Good luck. Been there many times.

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