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Old 10-13-2005, 08:42 AM
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Jack Points for Floor Jack?

Does anyone know, specifically, where the front and back jack points are located when using a floor jack to raise the front and/or rear of the car? I plan on changing my own oil, rotating tires, etc. and want to be able to jack it with my floor jack and/or use jack stands.

I searched the forums using words like "jack", "jack points" and "floor jack" and found a few threads. The closest I found was this post that says "The jacking points for a hydraulic floor jack are in the center of the vehicle, so you jack front and back, not either side." The thread includes a pic of where the car jack and jack stands would go (which I knew) but nothing as to where to put the floor jack.

Thanks in advance!
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The pic Wards posted is for the front of the car, underneath. Behind the front bumper but before you get to the engine IIRC. It's in the center like you said. In the back, I think there's a little hook in the center, I've jacked it up from there before so it should work.
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Did they change it for the 7th generation? The 6th generation has a hook in the rear center. The front has two spots on each side in front of the wheels.
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That would be it - thanks!

I'll take a peek under the car this weekend (if it ever stops raining!?! ) and check out the front and rear.
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