Question about 2007 Volkswagen EOS Convertible
Check the bag that holds your jack tools, if not there check for the styrofoam inlay in the spare tire that usually holds the jack. Offhand, its hard to tell where a dealership will put these things, as I have personally found them everywhere from the trunk to the glovebox or the center console, to even in the pocket for the front seat! Usually it will be with your jack tools, sometimes even zip tied to your lug nut wrench, so I would check that first. And when you find it, make sure to keep it somewhere you will always find it later- paint it with bright orange spraypaint to make it easier to find if you have to! Good luck!
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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