How do you get the spare tire off a 2006 Kia Sorento?

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  • chris chew
    Part of a video titled How to Locate and Remove Tire Spare from a Kia Sorento - YouTube
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    Turn it sideways. And it slides right through the hole. On the rim releasing the tire.MoreTurn it sideways. And it slides right through the hole. On the rim releasing the tire.

    How do you get the spare tire off a 2006 Kia Sorento?

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