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Where's Tire Jack?

Just bought 98 Disco II. found hands and lug wrench under back seats. Where is the actual jack?

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I'm not sure if they moved it on a Discovery 2, but on a 1998 Discovery 1, the "bottle jack" can be found by lifting the bonnet ( = "hood") and checking to the right of the radiator.

Effectively its in the engine cavity, immediately behind the left headlight. Its sort of a dull ship paint red, is held in by a velcro strap, and is used in conjunction with the bits you've already found.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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On the D1 it's on the opposite side to the battery (where, incidently, you can fit a second battery). On the D2, it's under the black plastic cover which contains the battery, ecu (on the td5 anyway) and the jack is under there also.

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Hi
Im not 100% but try under the drivers or passenger seat, as far as i remember you can get to it from the back of the front seats, like I say Im not 100% been a long time since I had mine.

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Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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