|Fig.1 Hub cap|
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Anne Maroon was driving a 1998 Toyota Sienna passenger van. Her hub cap was loose. She did not know what to do?
This post shows the six steps to correct a loose hub cap.
Step 1: Fig.1 Above shows a look at the hub cap cover.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the hub cap is almost falling out of the metal wheel.
|Fig.2 Pulling off|
|Fig.3 Loose hubcap|
|Fig.4 Better than your hands|
|Fig.5 Top rim|
|Fig.6 Bottom rim|
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