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How to use a racing jack

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Step 1 – Park vehicle

Make sure the vehicle being lifted and the jack are on level surface. Chock the wheels of the vehicle with the handbrake set.

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Step 2 – Release valve

Open the set screw and place the handle into the socket.

Close the set screw to lock the handle in place, then turn the handle clockwise to close the release valve so it is ready to lift.

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Step 3 – Place racing jack

Position the jack beneath the vehicle’s lifting point. Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual for the correct lifting point.

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Step 4 – Raise vehicle

To raise the load, pump the handle up and down.

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Step 5 – Place axle stands

Once the load is raised, place axle stands of the correct capacity beneath the vehicle. Turn the release valve slowly anti-clockwise to lower the load onto the axle stands.

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Step 6 – Lower vehicle

When you have completed maintenance or repairs on your vehicle then you need to remove the stands.

Pump the racing jack until the load lifts off the stands so you can remove them.

As soon as the stands are removed, turn the release valve slowly anti-clockwise until the load is lowered.