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Where is my jack in my suburban

I have a flat tire and I am trying to find out where is my jack

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  • jrhunter1 Nov 16, 2008

    cant find mine either...



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When you open the hatch its on the left side. You have to remove the tray that is there it snaps in.

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Either side panel when you lift the rear gate? Under hood near top or front of fenders?

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SOURCE: were the jack iron and how do i lower my tire if there's a flat

There should be a hole in the rear bumper, somewhere near the license plate . The end of the jack handle ( you might want to use a flashlight to see exactly what needs attaching to ) Once you install the proper tool into it, turn to the LEFT TO LOWER the tire down. Reinstall the tire works the the same except you turn to the RIGHT TO RAISE. Hope this helps

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SOURCE: flat tire and no car jack. Using hydrulic jack.

u can use a tire iron that has the flat end and the lug nut on the other end it fix it prefect thats what i use on my s10 now

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