A punch nut is not a locking nut
The tire locking nut on a 2003 Pontiac Montana is removed by using a special tool located in the truck of the vehicle. It meshes with the locking nut which allows it to be easily removed.
I have removed many with this procedure get a good quality socket slightly smaller than the locking nut hammer it on to the locking nut but no to split it that's why you need a good quality socket, Chrome Vandium spec, then attach the wrench to undo the locking nut.CozyMerc.
if you have lost the locking wheel nut key to remove the locking wheel nut then you can still remove the nut by getting a socket that is a tight fit on the nut and hammering it onto the locking wheel nut then it will undo. i worked in a garage for a few years and everytime a car came in with your problem that's how we solved it.AdditionMost breakdown patrols and breakdown garages carry special tools for the removal of locking wheel nuts
Unscrew the socket and nut, use a punch to tap the nut out of the socket. Replace with a new nut.
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You need to mark the position of the nut prior to removing.. a centre punch mark on the nut and shaft. Remove nut and flange pry out the seal and replace install the flange and nut Tighten the nut until the centre punch marks line up again
No, they are designed to be just snug. Do not preload the bearing by torquing it. Snug it up and install the locking ring on the locking pin of the inner nuts to hold the inner nut in place. then install the outer locking nut, this nut you may tighten very tight, it is hard to over toque this nut. Need more help contact me through my board and I will try to help.
it is used as a locking device to secure a range of parts
The nut used on the rear hub is a locking nut. With some muscle it will back off. It is advised not to reuse that nut.
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