I have a 96 Dodge PU and if your talking about the arm rest , mine was up one time and would not come down but I pushed in on the lever on the side of the lid and push in and push down on the armrest at the same tiime and it should go down.
Behind the glove compartment. Lower the glove compartment door to gain access.
Lower front of the engine.
There is a tool in the rear compartment with the jack, most are in a black bag. assemble the tool, and lower the tire by turning the nut located on the floor between the front seats. There is a cover over the nut to help keep it out of view. Lower it far enough to pull out the side of the van and unhook.
Cut it out and weld in new steel.
Passenger side of engine compartment on lower front of wheel well.
its behind the front lower motor mount
Lower front left of engine.
3.7,4.7L's driver side front of engine. 5.7L lower front of passenger side of engine.
V6, it is on the lower front of the engine. 4cyl it is on the rear, under the intake manifold.
near the front wheels on the upper and lower control arms
The ice compartment is placed at the upper portion of the refrigerator, because the lower compartment is warmer and this might cause the ice to melt.
you need to remove the small storage compartment to the lower left of the steering wheel, its behind there. The key for the box is on the back of that small drawer
In the lower front corner of the front fender. It is accessed by removing the tire and a battery access door panel in the inner fender well.
pull old one off (lower front on left side of motor when standing in front), install new one.
Under the inner edge of the lower 'a' arm.
THE ALTERNATOR IS LOCATED ON THE LOWER BACK SIDE OF THE FRONT OF MOTOR(follow the drive belt to the alt.).
V6, it is on the lower front of engine. 4 cyl, it is on the rear, under the intake manifold.
It is on front lower part of engine where engine block mates to transaxle.
Remove the shield on the front lower side of the bell housing.
It is on the lower right side of the engine compartment. It is easier access (and remove) if you pull off the right front tire first.
It should be on the lower, driver's side of the engine directly in front of the transmission bellhousing.
For audio? Lower back of the bucket seats. My favorite place is under the black piece on the grey part in front of the middle front seat.
It is under the car between the front seats. On the floor between the front seats is an access that the tire tool is inserted into to lower the tire.
How do you lower a stuck tail gate on a 1993 Dodge 250 pickup?