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Where do I out the tire jack to lift the van for a tire change?

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If there isn't a jacking point near the wheel then place the jack under the axle close to the wheel you want to remove. Do not forget to chock the wheel on the other side of the van so that the van cannot move or roll.

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You need a jack to lift the vehicle high enough to get the tire off and the new one on, you need a lug wrench to loosen and tighten the lug nuts and depending on the rims you might have hub caps that are part of the rim or seperate and if they are seperate, you need something to pry them off with. So the proper way to do this is:
Before you raise it with the jack, take the lug wrench and loosen the lug nuts a little. This is easier when the tire is on the ground because depending on the tire location, it will turn if you lift it. So when the weight is on it, it wont turn. Then you put the jach under the car and near the tire you are lifting and you use the jack to raise the tire. Then finish taking the lug nuts off. Remove the tire and put the new tire on. You may have to raise the jack some more to make it high enough. Put the lug nuts back on tight as you can and lower the car. Then tighten the lug nuts again to be sure. You should tighten lug nuts by skipping them. In other words start with one and tighten it, skip the next one and tighten the third one. When you go all the way around, go to the ones you skipped and tighten those.

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Open the hatch back. On the left-hand side is a panel that you can open in which the jack resides. Take that out.

(If you want to use the spare tire, located under the trunk space...)
You will see a plastic disc on the floor of the trunk space (where you store your luggage/groceries/etc). With a flat head screw driver pop the flat disc up & off. This will reveal a nut that you can turn to lower/release the spare tire that is directly underneath it.

If your T&C is like mine, you have a plastic cover in the middle of each alloy wheel that covers the lug nuts. This plastic cover can be popped off with the flat/nubby end of the crow bar that comes with the jack. It fits perfectly into a slot on the plastic cover.

Once you get the plastic cover off, the 5 lug nuts are revealed to you. Before you jack up the van, even a little, I would try to loosen all 5 lug nuts, just a bit...to get them going. Once the van is jacked up, it will be difficult to begin to loosen the lug nuts.

With the nuts loosened, set up the jack so that once you begin to turn it, the slot in the jack fits right into the frame of the van. You will see the frame that fits the slot in the jack between the front tires and back tires, on either side of the van.

Once the tire you want to change is fully lifted off of the ground, loosen the rest of the lug nuts and remove the tire. Replace it and reverse the order of what you just did. Get the 5 lug nuts onto the new tire, but only snug them up by hand. Once the tire touches the ground as the jack is lowered, then you can fully tighten the lug nuts with the crowbar.

Hope that helps!

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How do you take off the spare tire underneath?


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Where would the jack and other tire changing equiptment be found in the van?


Lift rear hatch and locate and remove cover on driver side rear corner, jack etc should be behind there. Your spare should be hanging under back of van, ahead of rear bumper. Unfortunately, 9 chances out of 10, the cable and mechanism holding it up there will be rusted and won't work, so don't get too frustrated if it won't come down. A lot of people cut the cable, and lay tire in back. Who knows, you may be lucky, and it will work. Good luck ! Be careful, it's heavy, so if you cut cable, have something up against it like a floor jack or something so it doesn't come down on your head.

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Near the tire where you are going to jack it up, you shoud see a long rail running the length of the van. This is the frame of the van. Along this frame near the tire where yo are going to jack up you will see a jack point. Use a flashlight to locate this. The jack point will be reinfroced and is designed to keep the jack from slipping. Thanks for using Fixya.

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Where do I put the jack to change the tire? When I put it under the car it only lifts the frame and not the tire.


Put the jack as close to the tire on the frame as you can. If the jack is too close to the center of the car it wont get the car tire up to the height it needs to be to lift off the ground. Hope that helps!

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