My front driver side tire wont come off of my 2001chevy tracker and ive tried everything to get it off and I really need to get it off as soon as possible is there anything I can do to take it off

Asked by Jun 13, 2014 at 10:37 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Tracker

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If all lug nut are off take some thing and hit on the tire. (Large mallet or sledge hammer) This should break it free. If that doesn't work might try loosely reinstalling a couple of the lug nuts(opposite of each other) and carefully lowering tire back down on to the ground. The weight of the vehicle should pop it free. But use extreme caution. Lower it slowly.

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If you have some wd 40 spray it around the lugs. It will seep in behind the rim and help break it free from the rotor.

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