Tire Changing Tool

Tire Changing Tool
Tire Changing Tool

The jack, wheel brace and jack handle are stowed in the rear left corner of the luggage compartment. Remove the cover to access the tools.

To remove the jack, turn its shaft counterclockwise and pull the jack out of the storage bracket. To stow the jack, place it in the storage bracket and turn the shaft clockwise until the jack is securely held in place.

The jack should be used only to WARNING:
The jack should be used only to change wheels. It is important to read the jacking instructions in the “EMERGENCY SERVICE” section of this manual before attempting to use the jack.

After using the jack, extension rod WARNING:
After using the jack, extension rod and lug wrench, be sure to stow them securely, or they could be thrown about in an accident, causing injury.

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