How Can You Remove a Stuck Wheel on Your Car? (Step by Step Guide)

Have you ever had a stuck wheel on your car? If so, you know how frustrating it can be. You’re trying to get somewhere, and all of a sudden, you’re stuck. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to remove a stuck wheel. In this blog post, we’ll show you a step-by-step guide on how to remove a stuck wheel on your car. 

What You’ll Need

Before you get formed, there are a few things you’ll need. First, you’ll need a jack. A floor jack will work fine. You’ll also need a lug wrench. If you don’t have one, you can usually borrow one from your local auto parts store. Finally, you’ll need a tire iron. 

Step 1: Jack Up the Car

The first step is to jack up the vehicle/car. Place the jack under the car’s frame car and start pumping the handle until the wheel is high enough off the terrain/ ground that you can work on it. 

Step 2: Loosen the Lugs

Once the car is jacked up, it’s time to loosen the lugs. Place the lug wrench on the lug nut and turn it counter-clockwise until it’s loose enough to remove by hand. Repeat this step for all of the lugs on the wheel. 

Step 3: Remove the Wheel

Now that the lugs are loose, it’s time to remove the wheel. Grab a tight hold of the tire and pull it straight off. If it’s really stuck, you may need to use a tire iron to pry it off. 

Step 3: Inspect the Wheel Well

Once you remove the wheel, take a look at the wheel well to see what’s causing the problem. There are a few common causes of stuck wheels, such as debris or rust buildup. If you can’t determine what’s causing the problem, we recommend taking your car to a mechanic for further inspection. 


If you find yourself with a stuck wheel, don’t despair! There are a few things you can do to remove it yourself. In this blog post, we’ve shown you a step-by-step guide on how to remove a stuck wheel from your car. Just remember to always use caution when working with tools and jacks!

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