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Old 07-27-2009, 06:33 PM   #1
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Pic request: Stock trunk of a 1g awd

I would like to see a pic or pics of how the factory spare, jack, tools etc are all supposed to fit. Mine is carpet only no spare, tools or gold bars so I don't know how it's supposed to look. The haynes manual and the owner's manual do not show it very well.

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Old 01-30-2017, 07:43 AM   #2
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Re: Pic request: Stock trunk of a 1g awd

looking for the same thing, I removed my jack and tools to change a tire at a gas station, and have no idea how to get the darn jack and tools back into place. please help, thank you, I have 1990 Plymouth laser 2.0 N/T
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Re: Pic request: Stock trunk of a 1g awd

Mine's not stock anymore. If memory serves me correctly, the jack fits behind one of the plastic panels along the tail lights. The pouch of tools fits on the floor between the two metal ears that are bent away from each other. I believe there was a thick o-ring that held the tool bag in place by looping both ears as well. I'm pretty sure I still have my jack, tools, o-ring and tire lock, but not the tire, gold bars, or particle board.
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