Removing the Spare Tire and Tools

To access the spare tire and tools:

1. Open the trunk. See Trunk .

2. Lift the load floor.

A. Retainer Nut

A. Retainer Nut
B. Tool Bag Tether
C. Tool Bag
D. Spare Tire

3. Turn the retainer nut (A) counterclockwise to remove it. Then remove the tool bag tether (B) from the stow rod, the tool bag (C) containing the wheel wrench and wheel blocks, and the spare tire (D).

4. Remove the jack, jack handle extension, and two-piece wrench, if equipped.

A. Hex Head Jack

A. Hex Head Jack
B. Jack Handle Extension
C. Coin/Pierce Jack
D. Two-Piece Wrench

This vehicle may have one of the following: A coin/pierce jack (C), a jack handle extension (B), and a two-piece wrench (D), or a hex head jack (A) and two-piece wrench (D).

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