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Old 22 Sep 2008, 10:47 pm
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Default Why can't I change the tire on my 2004 Civic EX?

The other day I got a flat tire right by home but for some reason I couldn't get the tire off the car. I jacked it up, took all the lug nuts off, but the tire wouldn't budge. I have stock tires and rims. Is there something I'm missing? Is there another lug under the Honda emblem in the middle of the rim, or am I just being a complete newb? I really appreciate any help you guys can give. Thanks in advance.
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