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Ram 1500/2500/3500: Reinstalling The Jack And Tools (1500 Series)

1. Tighten the jack all the way down by turning the jack turn-screw counterclockwise until the jack is snug.

2. Position the jack and tool bag. Make sure the lug wrench is under the jack near the jack turn-screw.

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Jack And Tool Bag

3. Secure the tool bag straps to the jack.

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Jack And Tools Tied

4. Place the jack and tools in the storage position holding the jack by the jack turn-screw, slip the jack and tools under the seat so that the bottom slot engages into the fastener on the floor.

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Jack Hold Down Fastener

NOTE: Ensure that the jack slides into the front hold down location.

5. Turn the wing bolt clockwise to secure to the floor pan.

Reinstall the plastic cover.

Jacking And Tire Changing
Jack And Tools (1500 Series)

WARNING! After using the jack and tools, always reinstall them in the original carrier and location. While driving you may experience abrupt stopping, rapid acceleration or sharp turns. A loose jack, tools, bracket or other objects in the vehicle may move around with force, resulting in serious injury.

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