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Q: Where is the spare tire?

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Where is the spare tire?

A: The spare tire sits under the bed of the tr...

The spare tire sits under the bed of the truck, at the very rear. It is easy to remove the spare tire with your hands. Just use the jack handle to winch the tire down and unhook it from the vehicle.

Tip

When replacing a tire, always remove your spare tire before you jack your car up and remove the old tire.

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