Edmonton Flat Tire Change
The nightmare of every driver is being stranded with a flat tire. The reason is that few people know how to change a flat in Edmonton. So if you are out of site from a repair shop or no one is nice enough to stop and help, then you may be stranded for a while. Well do not put yourself in that position and quickly learn process of how to change a flat tire.
One thing that all drivers must keep in their car is the original manual that comes with the car. Not only will this give a step by step guide on how to change a tire, but it also contains other important information about your vehicle.
Before discussing the actual Flat Tire Change process, it is important to go over some of the tools and equipment you'll need for the tire change. It is a good idea to keep all of these items together in a bag or tool box in the back of your car in case of an emergency. For a proper tire change, you will need a tire iron, jack, and spare tire. Fortunately many cars are equipped with most of these items, so take stock of what your car has and go from there.
Here is a step by step guide on how to change a tire
1. The vehicle must be well equipped with a personal car jack and tire iron personal hidden somewhere in the car. Reading your car manual usually located in the glove box should show you where to find these items.
2. Once you've found your personal car jack and tire iron you are now ready to make that next step. There is usually a specific location in your car where your personal car jack is supposed to go. You must ensure that you find the spot where your flat tire is located.
3. Always loosen the lug nuts on the tire, you are about to change first before you start jacking up your car. You would turn your tire iron counter clockwise just enough to loosen the lug nuts so that the lug nuts come off more easily when you Jack the car up.
4. You can now start jacking your car just enough to where the tire is about an inch from the ground.
5. Start taking off each lug nut that you started to loosen earlier. You can also remove the car's flat tire and put on your spare tire with all in the same stage.
6. Put all your lug nuts on the rear wheel and turn your tire iron clock wise enough to make sure your tire is on tightly. Start jacking your car down until all the weight of the car is on the tire and not your jack.
7. Grab your personal tire iron again and with all you might begin to tighten each lug nut on your tire.
All these steps should help and teach you how to change your own flat tire. These steps will give you a better vision on how to do it yourself.
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