Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: TIREFIT kit version 2 - TIREFIT kit - Flat tire - Breakdown assistance - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: TIREFIT kit version 2

► Pull connector 4 with the cable and

Pull connector 4 with the cable and hose 5 out of the housing.
Screw hose 5 onto flange 6 of tire sealant bottle 1.
Insert tire sealant bottle 1 head downwards into recess 2 of the tire inflation compressor.

► Remove the cap from valve C on the

Remove the cap from valve C on the faulty tire.
Screw filler hose D onto valve C.
Insert connector ? into the socket in the footwell of the second row of seats.

lighters are designed for operating the tire None of the other sockets or cigarette lighters are designed for operating the tire inflation compressor.

Turn the SmartKey to position 1 in the ignition lock.
Press on/off switch = on the tire inflation compressor to I.

The tire inflation compressor is switched on. The tire is inflated.

pressure can briefly rise to approximately First, TIREFIT is pumped into the tire. The pressure can briefly rise to approximately 500 kPa (5 bar/73 psi).

Do not switch off the tire inflation compressor during this phase.

Allow the tire inflation compressor to run for five minutes. The tire should then have attained a pressure of at least 180 kPa (1.8 bar/26 psi).

compressor for longer than eight minutes Do not operate the tire inflation compressor for longer than eight minutes at a time without a break. It may otherwise overheat.

The tire inflation compressor can be operated again once it has cooled down.

If a pressure of 180 kPa (1.8 bar/26 psi) has been achieved after five minutes, see.

If a pressure of 180 kPa (1.8 bar/26 psi) has not been achieved after five minutes, see.

    TIREFIT kit version 1
    ► Open flap 2. ► Pull connector 5 with the cable and hose 6 out of the housing. ► Screw hose 6 onto flange 7 of tire sealant bottle 1. ► Insert tire sealant bottle : hea ...

    Tire pressure of at least 180 kPa(1.8 bar/26 psi) is not reached
    If, after five minutes, a pressure of 180 kPa (1.8 bar/26 psi) has not been achieved: ► Press the on/off switch on the tire inflation compressor to 0. The tire inflation compressor is ...

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