• Study, understand, and follow all
instructions with and on this device
before operating this device.
• Do not exceed rated capacity.
• Use only on hard, level surfaces
capable of sustaining rated capacity
• Lift only on areas of the vehicle as
specified by the vehicle manufacturer.
• This is a lifting device only. Immediately
after lifting, support the vehicle with
appropriately rated vehicle stands.
• Never work on, under, or around a load
supported only by this device.
• Do not move or dolly the vehicle while
on the jack.
• No alterations shall be made to this
• Only attachments and/or adapters
supplied by the manufacturer shall be
• Failure to heed product markings or
warnings may result in personal injury
or property damage.
CAUTION BEFORE USING
Occasionally during shipment and/or
handling the hydraulic oil can become
TO ASSEMBLE THE TWO
1. Screw out the bolt which located in either
piece of handle (see fig. 1).
2. Comment the two handle pieces
together by insertion with the drilled hole
on the end of both pieces are coincide.
3. Screw up and tighten the bolt.
unstable or air can get trapped in the
system, both of which can interfere with the
jacks lifting performance.
• To stabilize the oil it is recommended to
cycle the jack a few times prior to putting
a load on it.
• To release air from the hydraulic system:
• Open the release valve by turning the
jack handle counterclockwise, but never
by more than 1/2 full turn at a time.
• Remove the oil filler plug from the
cylinder. (see Fig. 4)
• Rapidly pump jack handle through
several full strokes.
• Reinstall the oil filler plug into the
cylinder again and jack is now ready to
BEFORE EACH USE
Make a visual inspection before each use
of the floor jack by checking for abnormal
conditions, such as cracked welds, leaks
and damaged, loose, or missing parts.
DAMAGE TO JACK
If you think jack has been subjected to an
abnormal load or shock, have it inspected
for damage at a Sears Service Center
before using it again.
TO ASSEMBLE THE HANDLE
INTO THE SOCKET
1. Insert the handle into the socket. (see
2. Slowly turn the handle until the pin
attached inside the handle is entirely
engaged in the slot on the release valve.
3. Tighten the screw on the socket.