Replacement of wheels

To remove a wheel:

  1. Set the car in the highest position.
  2. Loosen the lid of the hydraulic tank.
  3. Secure the car from rolling forward or backward.
  4. Take off the lid over the wheel bolts with the black tool D.
  5. Loosen the bolts.
  6. Jack up the car.
  7. Remove the four bottom bolts with the yellow tool C. Hold against the lower part of the tire with your shoe-sole while removing the last one. Hook down the wheel.

To put on a wheel::

  1. Hook on the wheel and hold against the lower part of the tire with your shoe-sole. Turn the wheel until you see the bolt holes and insert a bolt with the yellow tool C. Put in the rest of the bolts.
  2. Tighten the bolts (not too hard).
  3. Lower (jack down) the car.
  4. Tighten the bolts with a torque wrench.
  5. Tighten the cap on the hydraulic tank.
  6. Check the tire pressure.
  7. Take a quick drive and tighten the bolts with a torque wrench.
  8. Put on the plastic cover with the widest field A at the narrowest field B on the rim.

• Tires: Michelin Primacy.

• Tightening of wheel bolts, both alloy wheel and steel rims: 90 Nm ±10.

• Have the habit of putting the "strange" bolt closest to the valve. (You need to use an adapter to be able to screw on this.)

• Make sure that the brake pads have sufficient brake lining, and that the brake discs are shiny on both sides.

• Use plastic dust caps for the wheel valves, not metal.


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