You have to wind the jack out to an almost 90o angle between the side pieces and then fold the handle over the jack. Line up the hole on the handle with the right hand hole in the bottom of the trunk, and fasten down with the short bolt. Then line up the spare wheel over the top, the squareish shape of the jack will now fit easily inside the round well of the wheel and you then use the longer bolt with the large plastic flange / washer to fasten it down.
I believe it is stored under the spare tire
behind or under back seat
If you have it, it's on the console or in the glove box towards the back left.
remove the passenger side motormount, and eater reservoir. jack up the engine and pull out from the top of engine. you will need to get under the car to get to the back bolts...
way in the back, if you take of the intake air hose(where it connects from your air box to the engine) it would be directly below it its hard to see it, best way is to jack up the car and look up at it.
Next to the Jack Black.
You'll probably have to jack it up, take a wheel off, and remove the splash pans.
Deftly hidden under the spare tire.
Jack car up. Remove the lug nuts
Does it have a tape player? if so, get a tape adapter with a headphone jack to plug it in to the ipod. If not, get an iTrip or similar FM transmitter to transmit the signal to your car radio.
very back driverside compartment where jack is located drive train computer is also located ther
There should be a jack in the compartment behind the back seat.
under back seat
I have a 03 silverado and the jack is under the back seat on the passenger side
In the back with the spare tire.
Instructions are in your Owner's Manual as well as on a sticker located somewhere in the spare tire compartment.
standard jacking points on a Ford Focus are within eight inches of the wheel well, between the two wheels. feel under the car (approx three inches from the edge) for an n shaped steel bar running the length of the car. the two edges of the bar should be about 10ml appart. follow this bar back (for the forward jack point) until the gap becomes narrower, and the depth of the bar changes slightly. this indentation on the bar is the jacking point. attach the head of the jack to this indentation, and then extend the jack towards the floor, ensuring that you have a firm footing when you get there. if you try and start from the floor and extend the jack towards the car, you could have trouble angling the jack head to fit the indentation. this link has pretty comprehensive diagrams of the jacking points (scroll down to see second side of the fact sheet)
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I am having the same problem with my 2003 svt focus. I took it to a shop, they said it was my front sway bars or my independent suspension. Maybe check that out. But the guy didn't seem to be to into finding out the problem. Had a mustang that did that, outer tie rod fixed it. Jack up one of the wheels shake back and forth check for knock.
Where is the jack on a 2003 e350 van
The installers never put them in the same place & do not tell their owner's for security reasons.
To change a tire on the Ford Focus, first pry the wheel cover from the center of the wheel. Then, remove the lug nuts from the wheel. Then, using a jack, lift the vehicle so that the wheel that you want to remove is off of the ground. Lift the tire and wheel off of the lug nuts.
I goes under the passenger side back seat.
You can buy a jack at the ford dealer or u can go to a junk yard