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Old 12-09-2009, 07:21 AM
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Quick question..I just bought this 03 Ranger and it had no jack but had a handle..Is the end of the handle that turns the jack the same one that lowers the spare tire? Thanks
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Jack Location per Owner's Manual for 2003 Ranger:
Regular Cab: behind seats and
underneath the jack and tools
cover
SuperCab: stowed in the passenger
side rear cab compartment or
behind the jump seat in a separate
tool bag
Four-door models: stowed behind
the front seats, between jump
seats and underneath jack and
tools cover.
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Also, just to note, the spare tire can be lowered using a 3/8 drive socket extension.
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Thanks,the handle with a socket wrench worked..
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