Chuck_Schick wrote:I've no doubt you could figure it out, but sometimes that's only half the battle. While the jack will do the job just fine, a lot of auto makers include these tiny little lug wrenches (probably because they're lightweight and inexpensive) that are pretty much useless.
True enough. Luckily our little snootymobile came equipped with good tools, full-size spare on matching rim, and highway hazard signs to place behind the vehicle. I think the jack even has markings that match up with markings on the axel, sort of an automotive Garanimals.
A big star wrench is nice, but probably not as necessary as it used to be, when every single component on an automobile including the upholstery was prone to rust.