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How to get the spare tire from underneath the 1995 ford explorer xlt.

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Not familiar with you model, but there is usually a bolt inside the back (under carpet or a cover) that operates a cable to let the spare down. There are also usually directions on the jack or at least in the manual. If you strike out on these, get back to me and I'll try to look it up.

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