Type 1
Note:  The temporary mobility kit canister contains enough sealant compound for one tire repair only. See your authorized Ford dealer for additional replacement sealant canisters.
The kit is located under the load floor of the trunk. The kit consists of an air compressor to inflate the tire and a sealing compound in a canister that will effectively seal most punctures caused by nails or similar objects. This kit will provide a temporary tire repair allowing you to drive your vehicle up to 200  km at a maximum speed of 80  km/h to reach a tire service location.
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A Air compressor (inside)
B Diverter knob
C On and off button
D Air pressure gauge
E Sealant bottle and canister
F Sealant filling clear tube
G Sealant tube - tire valve connector
H Yellow cap tool
I Air compressor hose
J Air hose -tire valve connector
K Accessory power plug
L Casing/housing
General Information
WARNING
Failure to follow these guidelines could result in an increased risk of loss of vehicle control, injury or death.

Note:  Do not use the kit if a tire has become severely damaged by driving the vehicle with a tire that has insufficient air pressure. Only punctured areas located within the tire tread can be sealed with the kit.
Do not attempt to repair punctures larger than 6  mm or damage to the tire's sidewall. The tire may not completely seal.
Loss of air pressure may adversely affect tire performance. For this reason:
Note:  Do not drive the vehicle above 80  km/h.
Note:  Do not drive further than 200  km. Drive only to the closest authorized Ford dealer or tire repair shop to have your tire inspected.
  • Drive carefully and avoid abrupt steering maneuvers.
  • Periodically monitor tire inflation pressure in the affected tire. If the tire is losing pressure, have the vehicle towed.
  • Read the information in the Tips for Use of the Kit section to make sure safe operation of the kit and your vehicle.
Tips for Use of the Kit
To ensure safe operation of the kit:
  • Read all instructions and cautions fully.
  • Before operating the kit, make sure your vehicle is safely off the road and away from moving traffic. Turn on the hazard lights.
  • Always set the parking brake to ensure the vehicle does not move unexpectedly.
  • Do not remove any foreign objects, such as nails or screws, from the tire.
  • When using the kit, leave the engine running (only if the vehicle is outdoors or in a well-ventilated area) so the compressor does not drain the vehicle battery.
  • Do not allow the compressor to operate continuously for more than 15 minutes. This will help prevent the compressor from overheating.
  • Never leave the kit unattended when it is operating.
  • Sealant compound contains latex. Make sure that you use the non-latex gloves provided to avoid an allergic reaction.
  • Keep the kit away from children.
  • Only use the kit when the ambient temperature is between -30 °C and 70 °C.
  • Only use the sealing compound before the use by date. The use by date is on the lower right hand corner of the label located on the sealant canister (bottle). Check the use by date regularly and replace the canister after four years.
  • Do not store the kit unsecured inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle as it may cause injury during a sudden stop or crash. Always store the kit in its original location.
  • After sealant use, the tire pressure monitoring system sensor and valve stem on the wheel must be replaced by an authorized Ford dealer.
  • When inflating a tire or other objects, use the black air hose only. Do not use the transparent hose which is designed for sealant application only.
  • Operating the kit could cause an electrical disturbance in radio, CD, and DVD player operation.
What to do when a Tire Is Punctured
A tire puncture within the tire tread area can be repaired in two stages with the kit.
  • In the first stage, the tire will be reinflated with a sealing compound and air. After the tire has been reinflated, you will need to drive the vehicle a short distance 6  km to distribute the sealant in the tire.
  • In the second stage, you will need to check the tire pressure and adjust, if necessary, to the vehicle tire inflation pressure.
First Stage: Reinflating the Tire with Sealing Compound and Air
WARNING
Do not stand directly over the kit while inflating the tire. If you notice any unusual bulges or deformations in the tire sidewall during inflation, stop and call roadside assistance.
If the tire does not inflate to the recommended tire pressure within 15 minutes, stop and call roadside assistance.

Preparation: Park the vehicle in a safe, level and secure area, away from moving traffic. Turn the hazard lights on. Apply the parking brake and turn the engine off. Inspect the flat tire for visible damage.
Sealant compound contains latex. To avoid any allergic reactions, use the non-latex gloves located in the accessory box on the underside of the kit housing.
Do not remove any foreign object that has pierced the tire. If a puncture is located in the tire sidewall, stop and call roadside assistance.
  1. Remove the valve cap from the tire valve.
  1. Unwrap the clear tube from the compressor housing.
  1. Remove the tube cap and fasten the metal connector of the tube to the tire valve, turning clockwise. Make sure the connection is tightly fastened.
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  1. Plug the power cable into the 12-volt power point in the vehicle.
  1. Remove the warning sticker found on the canister and place it on the top of the instrument panel or the center of the dash.
  1. Start the vehicle only if the vehicle is outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
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  1. Push and turn dial (A) counterclockwise to the sealant position. Turn on the kit by pressing the on/off button (B).
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  1. Inflate the tire to the pressure specified by the tire label located on the driver door or the door jamb area. While the sealant compound is being pumped into the tire, the air pressure gauge will indicate a pressure above the actual tire pressure. This is normal and should be no reason for concern. The pressure gauge will provide a correct tire pressure reading after about 30 seconds of operation. The tire pressure has to be checked with the compressor in the off position to get an accurate tire pressure reading.
  1. When the recommended tire pressure is reached, turn off the kit by pressing the on/off button. Disconnect the kit from the tire valve and the power point. Re-install the valve cap on the tire valve, place the tube cap on the metal connector, and return the kit to the stowage area
  1. Immediately and cautiously, drive the vehicle 4 miles (6 kilometers) to distribute the sealant evenly inside the tire. Do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h).
  1. After 4 miles (6 kilometers), stop and check the tire pressure. See Second stage: Checking tire pressure.
Note:  If you experience any unusual vibration, ride disturbance or noise while driving, reduce your speed until you can safely pull off to the side of the road to call for roadside assistance. Note: Do not proceed to the second stage of this operation.
Second Stage: Checking Tire Pressure
WARNING
If you are proceeding from the First stage: Re–inflating the tire with sealing compound and air section and have injected sealant in the tire and the pressure is below 1.4  bar, stop and call roadside assistance. If tire pressure is above 1.4  bar, continue to the next step.
The power plug may get hot after use and should be handled carefully while unplugging.

Check the air pressure of your tires as follows:
  1. Remove the valve cap from the tire valve.
  1. Unhook the black hose from the side of the compressor and fasten firmly on the valve stem by turning clockwise.
  1. Push and turn the dial clockwise to the air position. Turn on the kit by pressing the on button.
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  1. Adjust the tire to the recommended inflation pressure from the tire label located on the driver door or door jamb area. The tire pressure has to be checked with the compressor in the OFF position to get the correct tire pressure reading.
  1. Turn the compressor off by pressing the on/off button.
  1. When the tire pressure reading with the compressor in the off position is correct, disconnect the hose, re-install the valve cap on the tire valve, unplug the compressor, and return the kit to the stowage area.
What to do after the Tire has been Sealed
After using the kit to seal your tire, you will need to replace the sealant canister and clear tube (hose). You can obtain and replace sealing compound and spare parts at an authorized Ford dealer or tire dealer. Empty sealant bottles may be disposed of at home. However, liquid residue from the sealing compound should be disposed by your local Ford Motor Company dealer or tire dealer, or in accordance with local waste disposal regulations.
Note:  After the sealing compound has been used, the maximum vehicle speed is 80  km/h and the maximum driving distance is 200  km. The sealed tire should be inspected immediately.
Note:  After sealant use, the tire pressure monitoring system sensor and valve stem on the wheel must be replaced by an authorized Ford dealer.
You can check the tire pressure any time within the 200  km by performing the procedure from Second stage: Checking tire pressure listed previously.
Removal of the sealant canister from the kit
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  1. Unwrap the clear tube from the compressor housing.
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  1. Locate the yellow cap at the end of the clear tube.
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  1. Using the yellow cap tool, press the tab located on the kit compressor housing while pulling up on the sealant canister.
Installation of the sealant canister to the kit
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  1. Align the sealant canister with the kit housing.
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  1. Once aligned, seat the sealant canister by lightly pushing down until you hear an audible click.
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  1. Wrap the clear tube around the compressor housing.
Note:  If you experience any difficulties with the removal or installation of the sealant canister, consult your Ford Motor Company authorized dealer for assistance.
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Be sure to check the sealant compound's use by date regularly. The use by date is on the lower right hand corner of the label located on the sealant canister (bottle). The sealant canister should be replaced after four years of non-use.
Type 2
Note:  The temporary mobility kit contains enough sealant compound in the canister for one tire repair only. See your authorized Ford dealer for replacement sealant canisters.
The kit is located under the load floor in the trunk. The kit consists of an air compressor to re-inflate the tire and a canister of sealing compound that will effectively seal most punctures caused by nails or similar objects. This kit will provide a temporary tire repair allowing you to drive your vehicle up to 200  km at a maximum speed of 80  km/h to reach a tire service location.
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A Air compressor (inside)
B Selector switch
C On and off button
D Air pressure gauge
E Sealant bottle and canister
F Dual purpose hose: air and repair
G Tire valve connector
H Accessory power plug
I Casing/housing
J Bike/raft/sports ball adapters
General Information
WARNING
Failure to follow these guidelines could result in an increased risk of loss of vehicle control, injury or death.

Note:  Do not use the kit if a tire has become severely damaged. Only punctures located within the tire tread can be sealed with the kit.
Do not attempt to repair punctures larger than ¼ inch (6 millimeters) or damage to the tire's sidewall. The tire may not completely seal.
Loss of air pressure may adversely affect tire performance. For this reason:
Note:  Do not drive the vehicle above 80  km/h.
Note:  Do not drive further than 200  km. Drive only to the closest authorized Ford dealer or tire repair shop to have your tire inspected.
  • Drive carefully and avoid abrupt steering maneuvers.
  • Periodically monitor tire inflation pressure in the affected tire; if the tire is losing pressure, have the vehicle towed.
  • Read the information in the Tips for Use of the Kit section to make sure safe operation of the kit and your vehicle.
Tips for Use of the Kit
To ensure safe operation of the kit:
  • Read all instructions and cautions fully.
  • Before operating the kit, make sure your vehicle is safely off the road and away from moving traffic. Turn on the hazard lights.
  • Always set the parking brake to ensure the vehicle doesn't move unexpectedly.
  • Do not remove any foreign objects, such as nails or screws, from the tire.
  • When using the kit, leave the engine running (only if the vehicle is outdoors or in a well-ventilated area) so the compressor does not drain the vehicle's battery.
  • Do not allow the compressor to operate continuously for more than 15 minutes. This will help prevent the compressor from overheating.
  • Never leave the kit unattended during operation.
  • Sealant compound contains latex. Those with latex sensitivities should use appropriate precautions to avoid an allergic reaction.
  • Keep the kit away from children.
  • Only use the kit when the ambient temperature is between -30 °C and 70 °C.
  • Only use the sealing compound before the use-by date. The use-by date is on a label on the sealant canister and can be seen through the rectangular viewing window on the bottom of the compressor. Check the use-by date regularly and replace the canister after four years of non-use.
  • Do not store the kit unsecured inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle as it may cause injury during a sudden stop or crash. Always store the kit in its original location.
  • After sealant use, the tire pressure monitoring system sensor and valve stem on the wheel must be replaced by an authorized Ford dealer.
  • Operating the kit could cause an electrical disturbance in radio, CD, and DVD player operation.
  * When inflation only is required for a tire or other objects, the selector must be in the Air position.
What to do when a Tire Is Punctured
A tire puncture within the tire's tread area can be repaired in two stages with the kit.
  • In the first stage, the tire will be reinflated with a sealing compound and air. After the tire has been inflated, you will need to drive the vehicle a short distance (about 4 miles [6 kilometers]) to distribute the sealant in the tire.
  • In the second stage, you will need to check the tire pressure and adjust, if necessary, to the vehicle's specified tire inflation pressure.
First Stage: Reinflating the Tire with Sealing Compound and Air
WARNING
Do not stand directly over the kit while inflating the tire. If you notice any unusual bulges or deformations in the tire's sidewall during inflation, stop and call roadside assistance.
If the tire does not inflate to the recommended tire pressure within 15 minutes, stop and call roadside assistance.
Do not run the engine during kit operation unless the vehicle is outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.

Preparation: Park the vehicle in a safe, level and secure area, away from moving traffic.
Turn the hazard lights on. Apply the parking brake and turn the engine off. Inspect the flat tire for visible damage.
Sealant compound contains latex. Use appropriate precautions to avoid any allergic reactions.
Do not remove any foreign object that has pierced the tire. If a puncture is located in the tire sidewall, stop and call roadside assistance.
  1. Remove the valve cap from the tire valve.
  1. Unwrap the dual purpose hose (black tube) from the back of the compressor housing.
  1. Fasten the hose to the tire valve by turning the connector clockwise. Tighten the connection securely.
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  1. Plug the power cable into the 12-volt power point in the vehicle.
  1. Remove the warning sticker found on the casing/housing and place it on the top of the instrument panel or the center of the dash.
  1. Start the vehicle leave the engine running so the compressor does not drain the vehicle’s battery.
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  1. Turn dial (A) clockwise to the sealant position. Turn the kit on by pressing the on/off button (B).
  1. Inflate the tire to the pressure listed on the tire label located on the driver's door or the door jamb area. The initial air pressure gauge reading may indicate a value higher than the label pressure while the sealing compound is being pumped into the tire. This is normal and should be no reason for concern. The pressure gauge reading will indicate the tire inflation pressure after about 30 seconds of operation. The final tire pressure should be checked with the compressor turned OFF in order to get an accurate pressure reading.
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  1. When the recommended tire pressure is reached, turn off the kit, unplug the power cable, and disconnect the hose from the tire valve. Re-install the valve cap on the tire valve and return the kit to the stowage area.
  1. Immediately and cautiously, drive the vehicle 4 miles (6 kilometers) to distribute the sealant evenly inside the tire. Do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h).
  1. After 4 miles (6 kilometers), stop and check the tire pressure. See Second stage: Checking tire pressure.
Note:  If you experience any unusual vibration, ride disturbance or noise while driving, reduce your speed until you can safely pull off to the side of the road to call for roadside assistance. Note: Do not proceed to the second stage of this operation.
Second Stage: Checking Tire Pressure
WARNING
If you are proceeding from the First Stage: Re-inflating the Tire with Sealing Compound and Air section and have injected sealant in the tire and the pressure is below 1.4  bar, continue to the next step.
The power plug may get hot after use and should be handled carefully while unplugging.

Check the air pressure of your tires as follows:
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  1. Remove the valve cap from the tire valve.
  1. Firmly screw the air compressor hose onto the valve stem by turning clockwise.
  1. Push and turn the dial clockwise to the air position.
  1. If required, turn on the compressor and adjust the tire to the recommended inflation pressure shown on the tire label located on the driver's door or door jamb area. The tire pressure should be checked with the compressor turned OFF in order to get an accurate pressure reading.
  1. Unplug the hoses, re-install the valve cap on the tire and return the kit to the stowage area.
What to do after the Tire has been Sealed
After using the kit to seal your tire, you will need to replace the sealant canister. Sealant canisters and spare parts can be obtained at an authorized Ford dealer. Empty sealant canisters may be disposed of at home. However, canisters still containing liquid sealant should be disposed of by your local authorized Ford dealer or tire dealer, or in accordance with local waste disposal regulation.
Note:  After the sealing compound has been used, the maximum vehicle speed is 80  km/h and the maximum driving distance is 200  km. The sealed tire should be inspected immediately.
You can check the tire pressure any time within the 200  km by performing the steps listed previously in the Second stage: Checking Tire Pressure procedure.
Removal of the sealant canister from the kit
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  1. Unwrap the dual purpose hose (black tube) from the compressor housing.
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  1. Unwrap the power cord.
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  1. Remove the back cover.
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  1. Rotate the sealant canister up 90 degrees and pull away from casing/housing to remove.
Installation of the sealant canister to the kit
  1. With the canister held perpendicular to the housing, insert the canister nozzle into the connector and push until seated.
  1. Rotate the canister 90 degrees down into the housing/casing.
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  1. Snap the back cover back into place.
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  1. Wrap the dual purpose hose (black tube) around the channel on the bottom of the housing/casing.
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  1. Wrap the power cord around the housing and stow the accessory power plug into its storage area.
Note:  If you experience any difficulties with the removal or installation of the sealant canister, consult your authorized Ford dealer for assistance.
Be sure to check the sealant compound’s use-by date regularly. The use-by date is on a label located on the sealant canister and can be seen through the rectangular viewing window on the bottom of the kit. The sealant canister should be replaced after four years of non-use.