Spare Wheel

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  1. John McBay

    John McBay Read Only Funster

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    I have just bought a 2009 Peugeot Boxer by Mobilvetta.
    Anybody out there can tell me how to remove the spare wheel from its mounting place underneath the vehicle as I want to store it in the garage to stop rusting etc.
     
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    toolkit under passenger seat, use the winding tool to lower it
     
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    Thats what I thought after reading the manual, but no toolkit under the passenger seat & it looks like there is no room to fit a toolkit.
     
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    it should be in a black plastic box. chase up whoever you purchased from as it should be there
     
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    You will more than likely find the bits to lower the Wheel in a storage locker underneath heating ducts and the likes, a real PITA , somewhere in your kit will be a long socket which fits through a hole in the floor, generally a storage locker, Finding it is like finding the Holy Grail, you know its there, BUT!

    FIRST, find the wheel, then find the lowering nuts, then go into the locker,you have a fair idea where they are cause you found em underneath, logic innet?
     
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