Hello. Welcome to JT Hughes Honda Shrewsbury. Today, we're going to be looking at the Honda Civic. As you can see on the Honda Civic, there is no space-saver wheel. That is because we are providing you with a tyre inflation kit. Okay, so I'm going to show you how to use your inflation kit. And as you can see, you've got your pump here, and also the sealant.
To use the pump, attach the power socket to the vehicle's power outlet. Then attach the second connection to the valve on the tyre. Make sure your engine is then switched on. Once all connected, and the engine is running, switch the tyre inflation kit on. When you notice the recommended tyre pressure has been reached, you can then turn the unit off. Your recommended tyre pressure can be found inside the driver's door. If you over-inflate the tyre, simply press and hold the yellow button, and the air will be released. At this point, the car engine can now be switched off. If a tyre has a puncture, you can use the sealant as a temporary measure to then get you to your nearest garage. To use the sealant, repeat the steps taken previously. Attach the tube to the bottle. And then using the yellow tool, remove the valve on the tyre, and then place the tube over the opening, and squeeze the entire content into the wheel.
Once all the sealant has been dispersed into the tyre, remove the tube, and then reinsert the valve using the tool.
So if you have any more questions regarding the Honda Civic and the tyre inflation kit, please just give us a call here at JT Hughes Honda Shrewsbury. Alternatively, just come down to the dealership, and we'll be very happy to help.
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