GMC Terrain: Removing the Spare Tire and Tools - Tire Changing - Wheels and Tires - Vehicle Care - GMC Terrain Owner's ManualGMC Terrain: Removing the Spare Tire and Tools

To access the spare tire and tools:

1. Open the liftgate. See Liftgate on page 2‑9.
2. Lift the load floor up.

Coin/Pierce Jack with One-Piece Wrench

Coin/Pierce Jack with One-Piece Wrench

A. Extension
B. Wheel Wrench
C. Jack

Hex-Head Jack with Three-Piece Wrench

Hex-Head Jack with Three-Piece Wrench

A. Wheel Wrench
B. Jack

3. If you have a coin/pierce jack and one-piece wrench, remove the extension (A), wheel wrench (B) and jack (C).

If you have a hex-head jack and three-piece wrench, remove the wheel wrench (A) and jack (B).

Place the tools next to the tire being changed.

4. Turn the retainer nut counterclockwise and remove the spare tire.

4. Turn the retainer nut counterclockwise and remove the spare tire.
5. Place the spare tire next to the tire being changed.

    Removing the Flat Tire and Installing the Spare Tire
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