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Get your jack handle out from under your back seat ( that's where mine is ) and there is a hole in the rear bumper probably on the right side by the licence plate. Put it in that hole and you will find a place for the end of the jack handle. It is @ a slight angle. Turn the jack handle counter clockwise to lower your spare tire to the ground and clockwise to raise it back in place. Jef
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Remove the four 13mm bolts from the winch bracket and the whole assembly will come down.
Answer . Look behind the seat where you will find complete instructions on how to remove the tire. Also listed in your owner's manual.
Answer underneath the back seat is your tire iron. underneath the tailgate is a locking cover your ignition key unlocks this. In your tire iron pack you put toge…ther the pieces and stick in hole turn till tire is tight
I have a 2005 Silverado that I'm installing a hitch on. I tried lowering the tire using the crank provided, and it only dropped a few inches. After a few tries, and a fe…w choice words, I broke down and looked at the manual. Check out your owners manual for a description on how to remove your tire. I finally used my air ratchet, and unbolted the $@#!# thing, and removed the whole assembly, and threw it in the back of my truck. I may try some WD-40, or some other penetrating oil to free it up. I really don't want a spare tire sliding around in my truck bed.
In the jack kit there is a rod that inserts under cap on bumper by license plate. You might have to have someone wiggle tube under the truck to get it to snap in. 5-6 cranks …it is down.
Use the Square end of the jank crank rod. I had the same problem
Not on mini-rim Need std. sized rim
You can get the spare tire off a 94 Chevy Silverado truck by reached under the rear bumper and turning the release knob. It will slowly lower the tire down until it can sa…fely be removed from the mount.
Use your jack handle. Side it through the hole in the body just below the tailgate. Guide the end of the handle into the winch assembly. Crank the handle to winch the tire… down.
Yes and no. If it isn't too much different then you can use it short term on a non-drive axle. In other words, put it on the front if your car is a rear wheel drive or put it …on the back if your car is front wheel drive.
What if the spare tire from a 2004 Chevy silverado does not release after the cable drops the tire remains up against the truck bed?
It's stuck to the bottom of the truck. Pry on it and it will come down. Don't let it fall on you.
Most are limited to about 50 miles. Most are limited to about 50 miles.
If you get a flat out in the bundu, what are you gonna do without it.
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If you are referring to how to wind the cable back up into the spare tire well, there are clear instructions on how to do this located in both the owners manual AND on a decal… in the rear compartment of the vehicle where the jack tools are located. There is a small opening covered by a plastic trim flap in the rear deck in the tailgate area. Insert the portion of the jack handle part into this hole until it contacts the winding mechanism and then turn the handle clockwise until the cable is retracted.
Usually a spare tire is as good for a short time as a normal tire but of coarse change as soon as u can