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Aug 9, 5:51pm - #244604 
WTH!

Okay this is embaressing, how the hell do you get the jack out of the damn back compartment. I cant budge it angry angry angry

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Aug 9, 5:57pm - #244605 
read the owners manual thumbsup but really... you gotta loosen it with a screw driver (well, thats what i did


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Aug 9, 5:59pm - #244606 
You have to decompress the jack first.

Do this by twisting the knob counterclockwise I believe.

I think you should be able to do it by hand. Lowering the jack will release it, and when you want to put it back, just jack it up a little until it sits snugly.


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Aug 9, 6:00pm - #244607 
u have to lower it and then it slides out

it shouldn't be hard thumbsup


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Aug 9, 6:12pm - #244608 
decompress it like slidr mentioned

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Aug 9, 6:17pm - #244609 
hahaha i never took that thing out because i could never figure how to either hahahaha

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Aug 9, 6:19pm - #244610 
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Aug 9, 6:29pm - #244611 
Factory jacks are a pain in the ass, your arm is damn near about to fall off by the time the car is lifted. I would invest in a better jack thumbsup

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Aug 9, 6:44pm - #244612 
Originally Posted by BReakinDrifTs
Factory jacks are a pain in the ass, your arm is damn near about to fall off by the time the car is lifted. I would invest in a better jack thumbsup


it's a pain to put it back in, but i don't really use it. i bought a better jack to use.


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Aug 9, 7:17pm - #244613 
do what SLIDR said.

and then save up and go buy a Lift Jack, chocks, and a Jack Stand combo. pepboys has a better price. wave


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Aug 9, 7:32pm - #244614 
the funny thing is i didn't even know i had a jack until a few months ago!!!


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Aug 9, 8:55pm - #244615 
Squeeze the jack with your right hand. Twist the knob clockwise. Jiggle the jack a little. Slide it out of the bottom plate and remove it out of the top notch where the jack is held in place.


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Aug 9, 8:59pm - #244616 
rofl

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Aug 9, 9:01pm - #244617 
This could be a new record.

I wonder how many people are gonna tell this guy to do the exact same thing.


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Aug 9, 9:25pm - #244618 
Originally Posted by EuRoBoYGT
u have to lower it and then it slides out

it shouldn't be hard thumbsup


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Aug 10, 12:09am - #244619 
rofl

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Aug 10, 7:19am - #244620 
eek this is amazing, there is a jack in the celica??? wtf rofl

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Aug 10, 9:32am - #244621 
Originally Posted by Angelica
hahaha i never took that thing out because i could never figure how to either hahahaha


neither could i, so i just "jacked" the jack from my dads car...

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