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How to remove the spare tire from a 1993 Dodge Caravan?

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There is a hole for a special tool that comes with the vehicle as part of the jack set you slide the log rod into the hole located above the bumper near the center to the right. then you will use the jacks other part to spin it counter clockwise to lower the spare.

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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SOURCE: wondering where the spare tire is on a 1994 dodge caravan?

the spare is under the back of the van

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SOURCE: How do I release the spare tire from under my van? 94 Dodge Caravan

It is underneath the van at the back. Open the rear hatch door and look for a little piece of carpet cut in a square on the right side. Lift that and there should be a bolt there that you can turn with the tire wrench. That will lower the tire.

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If you have sow and go seating as they call it, the spare is under the van, in the center. I've heard it is a dandy thing to get at.

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if the spare tire is under the van there should be a hole by the licence plate to crank it down with a jack handle

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With the new 2008 models, the spare tire was moved from the rear of the van to a spot below the front seats. The lug for the tire winch is located under a round cover in the floor just in front of and between the two front seats. If you look under the van, you will see the black tire-shaped cover for the spare.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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If you have sow and go seating as they call it, the spare is under the van, in the center. I've heard it is a dandy thing to get at.

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