Topic: Jacks
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There are a number of alternatives for raising you vehicle when you have a flat tire or get stuck off the road. Start with the jack that came with your SUV. Spend some time locating the jack, unpacking it, and raising your SUV with it.

Our GMC Yukon has the jack hidden neatly away in the rear side panel (see top photo). This is a scissor type jack and usually operated by some kind of crank (bottom photo).

Also included with your jack will be a tool to remove the wheel lug nuts. Be sure it is there because you will not change a tire without it.

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