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post #1 of 3 Old 11-02-2015, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Knowing how to change a car tire is a skill everyone should master. Drivers never know when a flat tire could occur. There are areas around the country where auto repair services are unavailable. These might even be dangerous situations where you will need to change your tire yourself. Thus, it is imperative that every driver knows how to change a car tire. Lexus drivers are no exception. In every Lexus automobile there is a full-sized spare tire located in the trunk underneath the removable panel. Here you will find your tire and all the tools you will need to change your tire.

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As compared with previous days and if you compare these days from a decade from now. Every thing was a bit challenging so now you can easily purchase / replace tires at online shopping stores. So now as with changing you can simply login to good year official tires shop and ask for a user manual as well you can acquire any manual (e.g with make, model, year). You'll be satisfied for sure.
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Changing a tire is a must have-know skill. It shouldn't matter if AAA is only a phone call away, there's always the chance of being stranded somewhere with a dead phone and a flat tire. The whole process is easy and fast. When changing a tire, always pull over to a safe area before attempting to raise the car. Always refer to your owner's manual and double check the jack points on your car.

Just wanted to share a useful resource for those looking to find recommended tire pressure settings for their car model.

Lexus Tire Pressure

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