Refitting the standard wheel

Proceed as follows:

Proceed as follows:

❒ Following the procedure described previously, raise the car and remove the spare wheel;
❒ Make sure the contact surfaces between wheel and hub are clean so that the fastening bolts will not come loose;
❒ Fit the standard wheel by inserting the first stud (B) for two threads in the hole closest to the inflation valve (A);
❒ for cars fitted with press-fit wheel cap, press the cap edge with your palms (without hitting it) against the wheel;
❒ Fit the wheel cap, making the symbol C (on the back of the cap) coincide with the inflation valve and fit the other three bolts;
❒ Fasten bolts using the wrench provided;
❒ Lower the car and remove the jack;
❒ fasten the bolts in the order shown above.

IMPORTANT Incorrect fitting may cause the wheel cap to come off when the car is travelling.

When you have finished

❒ Stow the spare wheel in the space provided in the boot;

❒ Stow the spare wheel in the space provided in the boot;
❒ Refit the jack in its support as shown on the tool container;
❒ Put the tools back into their places in the container;
❒ Stow the container complete with tools on the spare wheel;
❒ Fasten the tool container retainer (A).

Use the extension shown in the figure to fasten or loosen the inflation valve.

IMPORTANT Do not use inner tubes with Tubeless tyres.

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