How to Change A Flat Tire : How To Remove A Spare Tire

The spare tire on SUVs and trucks is usually located underneath the car, exactly where you may want to uncover the crank hole to reduce it to the ground when modifying a…

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24 thoughts on “How to Change A Flat Tire : How To Remove A Spare Tire

  1. ive looked in my truck, chevy blazer ls. I cant find it… i bought it used, it might have been taken out or something.

  2. The crank and other tools are usually in a side compartment (Isuzu Rodeo), in a compartment under the carpet, or in a compartment inside the rear door (LC200).

  3. Thanks so much for the video.i got a 99 jimmy that i was under forever trying to unscrew that thing off the tire and i couldnt.i than tried jacking the spare tire up to see if i could get it off and that wasnt even the right way lol.i never knew i had that hole for that,great video.

  4. Big thanks to Jeff. This video came in handy this afternoon as I helped a woman with a flat.  I’m not mechanical at all, so this saved the day!

  5. I did have a flat on my 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe a while back. I quickly located the spare suspended below the stowage boxes. Now, as I had never lowered the spare prior, I was unsure as to where the crank to lower it was. I quickly found a small round access panel (more like a plastic plug) to where the crank was. This access panel had a slot in it for a screw driver to remove it. ‘GREAT’ I didn’t have a screw driver. I eventually found a 25 cent piece to remove the plug. The rest was easy…

  6. Personally, I don’t need a video on how to change a wheel with a flat tire. My dad taught me that when I was 10 years old. However, I would wager that the majority of drivers wouldn’t have a clue on how to swap a flat for the ‘doh’nut.

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