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Image 1/2: The '''''crossmember''''' is the long metal support beam that runs underneath from the front fender to the rear fender on both sides of the car. Image 2/2: The '''''saddle''''' is the round metal part of the jack that moves upward as you pump the jack up.
  • Place the hydraulic floor jack under the vehicle until the saddle is directly under the crossmember.

  • The crossmember is the long metal support beam that runs underneath from the front fender to the rear fender on both sides of the car.

  • The saddle is the round metal part of the jack that moves upward as you pump the jack up.

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  • Push downward on the jack's lever to lift the saddle upward so that it contacts the crossmember. Continue pushing downward on the lever to lift the car upward.

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Image 1/1: The jack mounting point is a metallic protrusion beneath each of the car doors.
  • Place the jack stand under the jack mounting point.

  • The jack mounting point is a metallic protrusion beneath each of the car doors.

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Image 1/1: In the event the floor jack fails, the jack stand is designed to prevent the car from falling.
  • Raise the jack stand until it contacts the jack mounting point.

  • In the event the floor jack fails, the jack stand is designed to prevent the car from falling.

Floor jack is not designed to hold the weight. In case the jack stand fails, put jack stand under the car if possible.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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