How can I remove the rear wheels it seen to be lock.


Asked by Feb 20, 2015 at 03:59 PM about the 2004 Dodge Durango SLT 4WD

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If TransAm77 is right, and one of them is not a locking nut (can you clarify that please, if all the nuts are off?) Give it a good hard kick with the bottom of you foot-- not your toe--sitting down--on the side of the tire, that will give it a sideways motion and break what is probably rust on the hub, and wiggle it back and forth. My sister has 2004 Durango and it has one lock-nut on each wheel, and the 'key' that goes on it in a leather pouch with the jack

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Listen to what FordNut says. He took the words right out of my mouth, on the rusty wheel and hub part. If the wheel has a locking lug and you can't find the lock "key" (look every where inside the truck) then take it to a tire store. They will have the tool to remove the locks. Throw them away and put regular nuts back on.

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Are all of the lug nuts removed or is one of them a locking lug nut (its round on the outside and the lug wrench won't work on it)?

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