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Had my lumina get pulled out of the snow now the rear pass tire wont go around

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Possible frozen ice in rim. may have damaged the emergency cable to that wheel and is is stuck in the apply position

Posted on Jan 24, 2011

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I believe if you look under the vehicle you will find they bent one of the bars to the tire from frame causing tire to push in and hit fenderwell. there are four braces running from center of vehicle out ot each rear tire two on each side the front one will be bent if so will need to replace

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