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How do I lower the spare tire without the factory 2004 Isuzu Asce

How do I lower the spare tire without the factory jack and tools

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U need the special wrench to lower the spare, there is no other way since the cable hoist is under the spare tire.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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