Q: Where are the jack and the emergency tools located?

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Where are the jack and the emergency tools located?

All of the emergency tools, and the jack, are located under the front passenger seat. To access the emergency tools, use your hands to remove the plastic cover at the base of the passenger seat. Then, pull out the jack and emergency tools.

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