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Where is the jack to change the tires

I can't find the jack for my Ford Ranger any where, can any one please tell me where it should be...

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I have a '04 ranger and it is located in the lower portion of the passenger side storage bin. You have to remove the bottom tray of the bin, and the jack/tools are in the cavity underneath the bin.

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It should be behind the seat, passenger side.

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