Many Kia owners rely on roadside assistance services to take care of a flat tire. In the rare event that roadside assistance is not available, knowing how to change a tire on your own can come in handy. Watch this video clip to find out how to change your Kia’s tires.
First, remove the jack and lug wrench from trunk of your car. Then, apply the emergency brake inside your car and chock your tires so that your Kia won’t roll back on you when you’re jacking it up. After loosening the lug nuts, put the jack under the car under the jack point and begin cranking it. As soon as the flat wheel is off of the ground, you can loosen the lug nuts completely, remove the old wheel, and install the spare tire.
At Brown’s Manassas Kia, we are happy to help you if you have a flat tire. We will recommend a tire from our inventory of manufacturer-approved tires. Call us at (571) 383-2039 or visit our website to learn more about our Kia maintenance and repair services.