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There is a hole in the rear bumper, you put the rod from your jack handle into and turn to let it down. Sometimes they get stuck and you have to pull on the tire when cranking.

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    • 2 Raise the vehicle using the floor jack. Set the jack beneath the support strut that runs along the outer edge of the undercarriage. Raise it enough to allow the tires to clear the ground. Place the jack stands underneath the same strut as the jack.
    • 3 Remove the lugs nuts completely and take the tire off. Set these all aside.
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Typically in larger sized passenger vehicles the spare will be stored in a bay underneath the rear of the vehicle. The spare is stored suspended above the road by a winchlike mechanism that requires the use of a long rod with an eye hook on one end. The rod should be stored with the jack kit in the rear of the vehicle. and the mechanism acessed with the rod through a small hole usually in the recess around the rear license plate frame.

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I have had the truck for 7 1/2 years.never took the front tires off and i need new brakes on the front but can't get the tires off. Is there something i'm not doing to get them off besides remove the...


They are probably rusted on. Take a heavy hammer, like a post mall or similar, and hit the side of tire in, toward the truck. It should break it loose.

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TIRE STOWAGE Tire, Spare, Removal, Aerostar If the Aerostar is a standard length vehicle the spare tire is mounted inside to a carrier at the left rear quarter panel. To remove the spare tire, remove the wing nut and plate. A flat tire can be temporarily stowed in the same location.



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