Lift the boot floor.
P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E
If your spare wheel is of a different
dimension to those on the vehicle
(identified by a label), it is essential
to use it only on a temporary basis,
to drive not above 80 km/h (50 mph)
and to have the original wheel refit-
ted as soon as possible.
This is indicated on a label in the
front door aperture.
specifically for your vehicle,
Refit the repaired original
With a spare wheel fitted, drive
If your vehicle is equipped with
light alloy wheels and a steel spare
wheel, then if fitting the latter it is
normal to note that the heads of the
wheel bolts do not come to bear on
the wheel rim.
The steel spare wheel is secured
by the conical tapering of the wheel
bolts' shafts, see diagram.
When refitting the light alloy wheel,
ensure that the wheel bolt heads are
in undamaged condition.