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Old 26 Aug 2004, 05:26 pm
Frank
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Default Where to place the jack on an RSX?

Hi all

I was reading my 04 RSX owner manual and it said that one must
place the jack either in the front of the car, behind the bumper,
or in the rear, in front of the bumper under a metal loop of some
sort. The side areas (in front or behind the wheels) seems
reserved for the hydraulic lift in garages.

Is this true? Are these the proper places to position the jack
when one wants to change a tire? If so, it seems that you would
lift both front /rear wheels off the ground at the same time. Is
this a safe thing to do?

TIA


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