Recently, advertisements on mobile TVs in subways, buses, and elevators are very interesting. A beautiful woman was worrying about changing tires on the side of the road. A handsome guy came to help, but because she couldn't put down the hamburger in her hand, she verbally instructed the beautiful woman to "loose the screws first, then use a jack to jack up the car, remove the tire and replace it with a spare tire." , And then the ad narration says "Delicious can't be put down". In the blurred background, there is a scene where the handsome guy finally eats the perfect taste and changes tires in a hurry. The advertisements are really creative, so they will not be promoted here. What I want to say is that the handsome guy in the advertisement still has some reason to change the tires with Tire Repair Tools. If you don't want to worry about changing the tires by yourself, let us learn the necessary tools and detailed steps for changing tires.
Preparing tools: small jack, socket for loose screw cap, anti-theft screw removal head, nut protection cover removal head, triangle warning sign, spare tire (all tools come with the car, no additional purchase).
1. Park the vehicle safely on a flat road, turn off the flame and turn on the warning light, pull the handbrake, set P for automatic gear, and 1 or R for manual gear. Straighten the front and rear tires. Find something to withstand the diagonal tire of the broken tire to prevent it from sliding, and place a warning triangle behind the car.
2. Take the tool and start to disassemble the tire.
A. Loosen the screws on the tires that need to be replaced diagonally, don't pull them out yet.
B. Place the jack under the side of the car where the tire needs to be replaced, and lift the car to a certain height.
C. Remove the screws and remove the tires. The top screw is removed last.
3. Replace with a spare tire or a new tire. Install the spare tire on the axle and tighten the anti-theft screws diagonally from the top.
4. Loosen the jack to put the vehicle down, and tighten the screws and nuts again. That's it.
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