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1 16th December 22:58
company man
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Default 2000 Ford Ranger Jack/Tire Tool question - PLEASE HELP


When I traded my previous vehicle at a mega-dealership for a nice looking
2000 Ford Ranger XLT, I unfortunately forgot to ask about the jack and tire
iron, as the truck is in great condition (including the tires), and the
price seemed reasonable.

However, when I got around to looking behind the driver and passenger seats,
all I see is a carpeted shelf area which has some kind of vertical retainer
molded into the leading edge of the carpet, an inch or so - high, behind the
driver seat. No tire tool or jack, and no container of any kind.

Pulling back the carpet exposes the metal shelf, but I don't see any access
latches or hinges, so I'm assuming someone has removed the jack, tiretool
and their container.

Based on the above information, can anyone tell me what the missing kit
looks like? Is it a plastic or metal container in plain view? I need to know
what I am looking for when I go to the wrecking yard.

If I go with aftermarket replacements, how can I lower the spare without the
part that fits into the keyhole looking device under the bumper? I have
downloaded the owner's manual PDF but it proved next to useless. Thanks~!
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2 16th December 22:59
roy brown
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Default 2000 Ford Ranger Jack/Tire Tool question - PLEASE HELP


| When I traded my previous vehicle at a mega-dealership for a nice looking
| 2000 Ford Ranger XLT, I unfortunately forgot to ask about the jack and tire
| iron, as the truck is in great condition (including the tires), and the
| price seemed reasonable.
|
| However, when I got around to looking behind the driver and passenger seats,
| all I see is a carpeted shelf area which has some kind of vertical retainer
| molded into the leading edge of the carpet, an inch or so - high, behind the
| driver seat. No tire tool or jack, and no container of any kind.
|
| Pulling back the carpet exposes the metal shelf, but I don't see any access
| latches or hinges, so I'm assuming someone has removed the jack, tiretool
| and their container.
|
| Based on the above information, can anyone tell me what the missing kit
| looks like? Is it a plastic or metal container in plain view? I need to know
| what I am looking for when I go to the wrecking yard.
|
| If I go with aftermarket replacements, how can I lower the spare without the
| part that fits into the keyhole looking device under the bumper? I have
| downloaded the owner's manual PDF but it proved next to useless. Thanks~!

They are behind the jump seats in my 94 XLT
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3 16th December 22:59
scott
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Default 2000 Ford Ranger Jack/Tire Tool question - PLEASE HELP


Go to a junk yard and get them. Probably any Ranger
made after 98 has the same jack and such.
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4 17th December 03:24
halcitron
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Default 2000 Ford Ranger Jack/Tire Tool question - PLEASE HELP


have

Thanks~!

look under the seats and lift the hood, look on top of the radiator.

call a dealership


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5 17th December 03:24
mike schatz
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Default 2000 Ford Ranger Jack/Tire Tool question - PLEASE HELP


They're behind a panel in the center of the rear of the cab (between the
jump seats) on my '99 Ranger.

Mike
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