Removing the Spare Tire and Tools (Wagon)

A. Wing Nut

A. Wing Nut
B. Spare Tire
C. Jack
D. Subwoofer (If Equipped)
E. Wheel Wrench (Two-Piece Shown, Three-Piece Similar)
F. Extension (If Equipped)
G. Cable

To access the spare tire and jacking equipment:

1. Remove the spare tire cover.

2. Remove the subwoofer (D), if the vehicle has one.

To remove the subwoofer:

2.1. Turn the nut (A) counterclockwise to remove.

2.2. Disconnect the connector wire.

2.3. Pull the subwoofer (D) up to remove it from the stow rod.

3. Remove the spare tire (B) and place it next to the flat tire.

4. Remove the jack (C), wheel wrench (E), and extension (F), if the vehicle has one.

To remove the jack:

A. Retainer Nut

A. Retainer Nut
B. Jack Stowage Bracket
C. Jack

1. Turn the retainer nut (A) counterclockwise to remove.

2. Remove the jack stowage bracket (B).

3. Slide the jack (C) forward to remove it from the floor storage bracket.

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