If you have a Volkswagen Caddy, you may have asked yourself “how to get the spare tire off a VW Caddy.” This article will guide you through the process. You will be able to remove the tire from its rim and place it on the spare tire holder. It will take some force to remove the wheel and rim, but you can still pull it off. To prolong the life of your tire, balance it after you have removed the wheel and rim. A professional will charge around 20 euros to install your new tire.
Locate the spare wheel to begin. The exact location of the spare wheel will vary depending on the year of manufacture. However, you will need to access your trunk and boot to find it. You may also find the wheel under the hood. If you’re unable to access the trunk, you may have to access the spare tire from the hood. Make sure you find the correct location and remove the nut.
If the spare tire won’t come off a Volkswagen Caddy, you will need to remove the nuts that hold it onto the hub. You can apply a penetrating oil to the nuts if the nut is rusted or seized. The lubricant should be allowed to work for a few minutes to release the nut. An electric shock wrench is another option. An electric shock wrench is more powerful than a pipe wrench.