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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ford F250 Spare Tire Removal
there is a hole in the bumper or when you let the tail gate down there should be a hole. there should be some rods with the factory jack to allow you to let the tire down
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
if the vehicles spare is located under the rear cargo area then there may be a hole located in the rear bumper next to the license plate. if the vehicle is equipped like that then there should be a few straight bars that attach together to form a long bar. this bar is then inserted into this hole and mated with a joint witch is connected to a pully system that raises and lowers the tire. if this didnt make any sense or if it is totally wrong then you could consult the owners manual. all of the necessary procedures are in that book.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
SOURCE: spare tire removal
If the tire does not lower with the jack parts from the access door then you will have to put the jack up under the presseurerelease in the middle of the tire till it releases.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
To remove the spare you need to access tools stored in the back of the vehicle, passenger side storage area. Open llftgate, remove net (if equipped), lift tab and remove cover to tool storage. Attach folding wrench to extension, insert 'chisel' end on an angle through the hole in the rear bumper and into the hoist shaft. Turn wrench counter-clockwise to lower spare enough so you can pull it from beneath the van to detach. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
SOURCE: how to remove spare tire
there is a hole witch is probably covered by plastic on your rear bumper. look and you should see a square drive shaft. place your spare tire kit arm on it and tun counter clock wise and your spare should slowly start dropping to the ground. hope this helps and god bless.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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