The jack is under the passenger side front seat
I know that with bucket seats, there is a plastic panel that fits between the floor & the seat bottom
The panel comes off easily if you grab the panel towards the front, i pulled lightly and sort of wiggled it a bit, the front part released & then i gingerly pulled on the panel out & forwards.
These tabs that hold the panel on are not very rugged
The jack, lug wrench & the lug locking socket, ( if you have one ) are all right there
Make sure that you have the locking socket in place after any tire rotation or repair is done by another person
That part disappears fairly often & then you are screwed if you have to change tires when you are away from home
The Discount Tire shop near me has a tool that someone made for lowering & raising the spare tire, it fits into the hole above the bumper & goes into the raising & lowering mechanism, the other end has a fitting that a air gun fits into.
On the road most people don't have an air gun, so i want to make that tool with a fitting that a Speed Wrench could fit into.