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I just rented a T & C. Is the spare underneath the van. How do you remove it?

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The spare is under the front of the van, between the front seats. There is a tool in the back that you use to turn a screw in the floor between the front seats. This lowers the spare tire assembly.
The owners manual should show you how.

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