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How do i release the spare tire fom underneeth the car?

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Their is a hole in the pannel below the tailgate you put the bar from the jack into it their is a chain holding up the spare wheel when you turn the bar the spare wheel lowers on the chain to the ground. Depending on the year of your Rodeo the bar may go under the pannel and not through a hole so check underneath behind the spare wheel and you will see how to turn it.

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