How to remove spare tire from chrysler town and country

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Chrysler Town & Country Van Spare Tire Removal

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It is not anwhere near the front as stated above. It is in the back cargo area. Depends on whether the van has the "Stow 'N Go" option. With this option, it is under the floorboard between the front seats as shaggy said. Without this option, it is in the rear where you open the tailgate and it is inside the rear fender as stated by markhelpful. SamBrown13 answered 3 years ago.

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It is removed by using the tire iron, which is found in a compartment just above and to the left of the floor in the rear cargo area. The tire iron is stored in several pieces. The pieces are connected together to form a T shape, which provides leverage. In both locations, there is a plug in the floor with the image of a tire on it. Remove the plug and align the end of the longer branch of the tire iron with the bolt in the floor. Holding the shorter branch of the tire iron, which should be perpendicular to the floor, turn the iron counter-clockwise until the spare tire releases. The tire is released when the tire iron won't turn any further to the left.

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4 thoughts on “How to remove spare tire from chrysler town and country

  1. It requires a bit of ingenuity to release the spare tire on a Chrysler Town and Country van from its storage compartment. In order to increase storage space and.

  2. It requires a bit of ingenuity to release the spare tire on a Chrysler Town and Country van from its storage compartment.

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