Jacking the vehicle

WITH THE JACK

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was designed. It should not be put to other uses or employed to raise other models. The jack should only be used to change a wheel on the vehicle for which it was designed. It should not be put to other uses or employed to raise other models. Under no circumstances should it be used when carrying out repairs under the vehicle.

jack to lift loads exceeding that indicated on the label attached to the jack itself. An incorrectly positioned jack may cause the vehicle to fall. Do not use the jack to lift loads exceeding that indicated on the label attached to the jack itself.

Please note:

The jack requires no adjustments.

The jack cannot be repaired. If it breaks it must be replaced with a new jack;

No other tool, part from the handle shown in this chapter, can be fitted to the jack.

WITH A SHOP JACK

From the front

Jack up the vehicle only by positioning the jack arm at the gearbox/differential and placing a rubber pad in between, as shown in fig. 43.

From the side

From the side

Jack up the vehicle only by positioning the jack arm at the gearbox/differential and placing a rubber pad in between, as shown in fig. 44.

WITH AN ARM HOIST

WITH AN ARM HOIST

Jack up the vehicle by arranging the ends of the arms in the areas shown in fig. 45.

Towing the vehicle

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