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Where do I place the jack when I need to change a front wheel?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
under the base of the back seat there are 2 storage compartments doors, one on either side, if you look in the footwell of the 2nd row seats you should see the small handle's, the carpet does cover them, but has been cut out around doors.
From factory there is a bottle jack in one of them, cant remember which side,
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
these have inderpendant suspension and can look like the top of rear tyres are further in than the bottom, if both sides are about the same then is prob normal.
If you carry a lot of weight in the rear regulary then would reccommend a wheel alignment when the vehicle is fully loaded.
otherwise take a look at the tread of the rear tyres, if the edges have worn a lot more than the centre then an alignment is due...
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
if its a floor jack or the stock jack place it on the pince well at the bottom of door about 6 inch from frt of fender,put e-brake on when jacking car,heres a diagram to show you the four points, hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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