Q: How do I wash the wheels on my truck?

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How do I wash the wheels on my truck?

Over time, the tires on your truck will become dirty. Cleaning the wheels regularly will ensure that they maintain their shine. To clean the wheels.

  1. Use Motorcraft Wheel and Tire Cleaner to clean the wheel.

  2. Remove tar and grease.

  3. Rinse with a strong stream of water.

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