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I'm not familiar is it accessed from inside or outside? I ask because the early (maybe still) Chrysler minivans with Stow-N-Go had them outside under and between the front seats. You cranked them down with the winch fitting directly below the inside rear view mirror. Always liked the thought of the lug wrench slipping and smacking through the windshield or up side the head of the front passenger. Once you got the "bundt cake pan" on the ground you had to take the jack handle and go fishing. Reach under and hook the pan, and then pull it out from under the van hopefully you had cranked out enough slack in the cable, otherwise it's back inside and crank some more. Once you get the spare out and changed the full size tire won't fit in the pan, so if you have the van loaded full of passengers and luggage it's "Here grandma, hold this tire on your lap until we get to the tire store!"Rudi wrote:We now are the proud owners of a 2012 Honda Odyssey Touring. The spare tire is underneath the floor right behind the front seats.......
Yogie wrote:Seems Chevy's have a hook locking design built in that like to stick at times. Once I finally got it at the shop I took the tourch and cut the latch/hook off, we've had to do several since then. Still works fine with the locking mec. removed.
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