h. Jacking Procedure.
1. Raisirng Vehicle.
Do not work under vehicle that is supported by jack only. Jack
may slip, causing vehicle to fall, resulting in severe injury to
This task is shown for the left rear-rear wheel only, but is the same
for all wheels.
(a) Remove hydraulic screw
jack (2) and handle (3) from
(b) Position screw jack (2)
on ground under spring seat (1).
(c) Manually turn screw jack
(2) until it touches spring seat (1).
(d) Turn bleeder valve (4)
clockwise with slotted end of jack
(e) Place handle (3) in jack
(2) and move up and down to raise
wheel assemblies (5) off ground.
2. Lowering Vehicle.
(a) Turn bleeder valve (4) counterclockwise with slotted end of jack handle (3),
and vehicle wheel assembly (5) will gently lower to ground level.
(b) When wheel assembly (5) is firmly on ground, remove jack (2) and handle (3)
from under vehicle and place in stowage compartment.
i. Front and Rear Wheels Removal and Replacement.
The following procedures are the same for both front wheels and
all four outer rear wheels.
(a) Apply vehicle parking brake. If vehicle is on an incline, chock wheels on both
(b) Install wheel stud nut handle (6) through wrench (7) and fit wrench on wheel
stud nuts (8). Loosen all wheel stud nuts (8) but do not remove.