Using the wheel chocks If possible, position the vehicle on level ground, chocking both sides of the wheel diagonally opposite the one to be removed.
Operating the jack
If jacking the vehicle on a slope is unavoidable, place the chocks on the downhill side of the two opposite wheels.
The wheel chocks are stowed with the jack handle and wheel nut spanner in the tool bag.
Slot the two parts of the jack lever together, ensuring that the spring clip protrudes from the engagement slot where the two parts join (see inset ‘A’). Close the jack release valve by using the notched end of the jack lever to turn the valve fully clockwise (see inset ‘B’). Insert the lever into the socket as shown (inset ‘C’) and twist the lever to lock it into the socket.
Pump the lever up and down to raise the jack.
To lower the jack, detach the lever (twist and pull) and then slot the notched end over the pegs on the release valve. Slowly turn the release valve anti-clockwise allowing the weight of the vehicle to lower the jack.
Assemble the wheel chocks as follows:
Pull the two halves of the chock apart.
Twist one half of the chock 180°.
Push the two halves back together.
DO NOT fully unscrew the release valve.