Raise Vehicle - 4 Post Lift

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Warning:

This procedure was derived from pre-production computer models, and might not reflect the real-world situation. Warnings and cautions might be missing. Follow safety requirements and use extreme caution when working on or near high voltage systems and components.

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Raise

Warning: To reduce the risk of personal injury, use appropriate equipment while performing this operation.
Warning: Do not work on an incorrectly supported vehicle.
  1. Disconnect the charging cable from the vehicle.
    Warning: Do not attach the charging cable to the charge port while the vehicle is on the lift.
  2. If provided, lock the alignment slip/turn plates of the lift.
  3. Carefully drive the vehicle onto the lift, and stop the vehicle when equidistant between the front and rear of the lift.
    Tip:

    Have an assistant monitor the vehicle to make that the vehicle is centered on the lift.

  4. Make sure that the hood, liftgate, and all doors are closed, unless necessary for the work to be performed.
  5. Make sure that no part of the vehicle is in danger of contacting the ceiling, tool boxes, or other items in the service area when the vehicle is raised.
    Caution:
    If the procedure requires the hood, liftgate, or doors to be open while the vehicle is raised, closely watch their position as the vehicle is being raised to avoid contact with the lift mechanism, ceiling, or objects hanging from the ceiling.
  6. Raise the vehicle to the necessary service height, and then engage any lift safety locks.
1Disconnect the charging cable from the vehicle.
Warning: Do not attach the charging cable to the charge port while the vehicle is on the lift.
2If provided, lock the alignment slip/turn plates of the lift.
3Carefully drive the vehicle onto the lift, and stop the vehicle when equidistant between the front and rear of the lift.
Tip:

Have an assistant monitor the vehicle to make that the vehicle is centered on the lift.

4Make sure that the hood, liftgate, and all doors are closed, unless necessary for the work to be performed.
5Make sure that no part of the vehicle is in danger of contacting the ceiling, tool boxes, or other items in the service area when the vehicle is raised.
Caution:
If the procedure requires the hood, liftgate, or doors to be open while the vehicle is raised, closely watch their position as the vehicle is being raised to avoid contact with the lift mechanism, ceiling, or objects hanging from the ceiling.
6Raise the vehicle to the necessary service height, and then engage any lift safety locks.

Lower

  1. Make sure that no tools, equipment, other items, or personnel are under the vehicle or under any open doors.
  2. Disengage any lift safety locks, and fully lower the vehicle.
  3. Close any open hood, liftgate, or doors as necessary.
  4. Remove the vehicle from the lift.
1Make sure that no tools, equipment, other items, or personnel are under the vehicle or under any open doors.
2Disengage any lift safety locks, and fully lower the vehicle.
3Close any open hood, liftgate, or doors as necessary.
4Remove the vehicle from the lift.