Go to www .locking wheel nuts removed.com and they will remove all four in less than 10 minutes.Use the key that came with the locking wheel nuts. If you have lost the key there is one option that doesn't involve taking it to a shop. It's called a lockin wheel nut remover. It has pins inside a socket like device that will fit onto any shape lock. Costs about 20 bucks.
Find a socket that is slightly smaller than the lock nut. Hammer it on with a 5lb sledge and take it off with a breaker bar. Use a socket that you won't miss as you will never get the nut out of it. This is an old wives tale, it does not work on modern locking nuts, the spinning ring prevents it. Google ' locking wheel nuts removed . com'
you can by a tool for this kind of dilema,from mac tools i think my mate bought one it fits allsorts of locking wheel nuts you hammer it on then you just use your wheel key,or you just hammer and chisel them til they slacken you will damage them doin the latter If those 'Locking nut removal tools' worked, every thief in the country would have one, errr, no point in the locking nuts then, eh? www.lockingwheelnutsremoved.com , guaranteed.
Sears has a special socket that does the job. They come in a set or individually, just purchase the one you need. That socket was designed to remove rounded off nuts and bolts, it works well on wheel lock nuts. These only work on old lock nuts, the new ones have a ring that spins to stop these being used. Google "Locking wheel nut remover" to find the 'No1 Locking wheel nut removers'. It takes 10 minutes to remove all four.
they are either already in the wheel or you must buy some. unless you mean the key, In which case you should have it.
My local Honda dealer tells me the locking key for my Jazz is in a pack together with four spare nuts in the boot where the spare wheel would be kept (if I had one). The locking key is slightly longer than the other four (spare) nuts in the pack. This longer nut is put on top of the only nut on one's wheel that has a flower shaped incision on its top before using the normal wheel wrench for removal.
That car may have locking lug nuts if they are the factory originals. You would need the "key" for the lug nuts in order to remove them.
Locking lug nuts are just as strong as standard lug nuts, just as long as they are correctly installed with the proper locking lug nut key wrench.
apply handbrake, find the locking wheel nut, remove toolkit from boot, crank the wheel nuts on said wheel (do not remove), affix jack, pump the jack till the said wheel has airtime and remove the loosened wheel nuts. and as ramsey would say 'done'
Lock washers, Self locking nuts, Double (Jam) nuts,
Use the key that came with the locking wheel nuts. If you have lost the key there is one option that doesn't involve taking it to a shop. It's called a lockin wheel nut remover. It has pins inside a socket like device that will fit onto any shape lock. Costs about 20 bucks.
if you have lost the locking wheel nut key to remove the locking wheel nut then you can still remove the nut by getting a socket that is a tight fit on the nut and hammering it onto the locking wheel nut then it will undo. i worked in a garage for a few years and everytime a car came in with your problem that's how we solved it.AdditionMost breakdown patrols and breakdown garages carry special tools for the removal of locking wheel nuts