The bag is located behind and to the left of the jack in the compartment at the rear of the left wheel well in the rear cargo area. (See Figure 1.) Remove and install the three piece tire and jack tool. Place the plastic tool section to form a “T” handle to release the spare tire.
Because the Non-Stow ‘N Go is less concerned with storage, the spare tire is located at the back under the rear storage compartment, eliminating many steps.
under the center seat between the driver and passenger seats. There is a plug in the bottom with a small picture of a tire on it. Remove the plug and use the tire lever to lower the spare tire from under the vehicle.
The spare wheel is located under the van’s rear floor panel or behind the rear quarter panels.
Many vehicles are equipped with a limited-use spare tire, also known as a “space-saving”, temporary spare, “donut” or “compact” spare – in an attempt to reduce costs, reduce vehicle weight and/or save space that would be required for a full size spare wheel.
When sprayed along the tire inner wall, it hardens over the puncture and seals where the leak occurs. The hole size doesn’t matter either. Fix-a-Flat can seal holes up to 1/4 inch without the need for additional tools or equipment. Unless you’re dealing with serious punctures, this is a reliable repair option.
Rear jack locations are located between two downward facing tabs on the vehicle’s side body rocker flange. The location of the front jack is on the vehicle body rocker flange and is located 150 mm (6 inches) from the edge of the door. NOTE: In some situations, the jack may need to be placed on its side to slide under the vehicle.
It’s actually under the hood in front of the passenger. It’s tucked under the inner quarter panel on this side opposite the overflow bottle and just in front of where you can see the shock mount.
2012 Dodge Grand Caravan SE tire size: 225/65R16.
There is no hard and fast rule for the distance you can drive on a spare tire, but a general rule of thumb is around 50 miles with a top speed of 80 km/h. It’s important to note that handling is different with a skinny spare tire, so you need to be aware of this when you drive.