Floor jacks provide stable lifting capabilities, allowing maintenance personnel to easily perform chassis work, tire changes, and other maintenance tasks.
Preparation: Place the floor jack on a flat and solid ground, ensuring that the rollers are in close contact with the ground. Make sure the vehicle is parked and the handbrake is tightened.
Positioning: Depending on the structure of the vehicle, place the base of the floor jack truck in the appropriate location, usually on a reinforced point near the vehicle chassis.
Lift: Use the control lever to operate the hydraulic system and slowly raise the floor jack until the wheels are off the ground. Pay attention to smoothness and stability during operation.
Support: After the vehicle is lifted, to ensure safety, use a support frame or other support tools to support the vehicle stably. This prevents the floor jack from accidentally lowering, causing vehicle damage or personal injury.
Completing Repairs: After the vehicle is stably supported, perform any required repairs, tire replacements, or chassis work. Always follow correct operating methods and safety practices.
Lowering and Removal: After completing repairs, slowly lower the vehicle until the wheels are back in contact with the ground. Then, carefully remove the floor jack and store it properly.
As an important vehicle maintenance tool, the floor jack provides maintenance personnel with a more convenient and efficient way of working. However, safety is always the most important thing when using a floor jack. Please always follow correct operating methods and safety practices to keep yourself and others safe. By mastering the skills of using a floor jack, you will be able to better perform car repairs and maintenance and keep your vehicle in good condition.
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When operating the floor jack, first place it on a flat, solid ground and make sure the rollers are in close contact with the ground. Then use the control lever to operate the hydraulic system to slowly lift the vehicle. Pay attention to smoothness and stability and avoid excessive lifting.
Yes, to ensure safety, after lifting the vehicle, you should use a support frame or other support tools to stabilize the vehicle. This prevents the floor jack from accidentally lowering, resulting in vehicle damage or personal injury.
Floor jack trucks are suitable for most cars, SUVs and minivans. However, for larger commercial vehicles or heavy-duty trucks, more powerful lifting equipment may be required.