Lug Nuts
You can obtain replacement locking lug nuts or a locking lug nut key using the from your authorised Ford dealer, using the reference number certificate.
Vehicle Jack
WARNING   WARNING:  Do not use the vehicle jack other than when you are changing a wheel in an emergency.
WARNING   WARNING:  Check that the vehicle jack is not damaged or deformed and the thread is lubricated and clean.
WARNING   WARNING:  Never place anything between the vehicle jack and the ground.

Note:   Use a workshop type hydraulic jack for changing between summer and winter tires.
Note:   If you are not using the factory installed scissor jack, you can use a hydraulic jack with a minimum lifting capacity of 2,000 kg and a lifting plate with a minimum diameter of 80 mm.
Vehicle Jack Assembly
AWheel Brace.
BJack Handle and Extensions.
CVehicle Jack.
The jack, wheel brace, and winch extension tool are in the stowage compartment under the rear floor.
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  1. Lift the stowage bin lid (1).
  1. Remove the locking strap and remove the tools (2).
  1. Rotate the retaining nut and remove the jack (2).
Spare Wheel
Note:   If the spare wheel is not the same type and size as your vehicle road wheel, drive the shortest distance possible.
Note:   Do not fit more than one spare wheel on your vehicle at any one time.
Note:   The spare wheel has a label showing the maximum driving speed. Drive with caution and at no more than the permitted maximum speed.
Note:   The usage of a dissimilar spare wheel or tire at any one wheel location can lead to impairment of the handling, stability and braking performance, comfort and noise.
Note:   When driving with a spare tire, do not switch on four-wheel drive mode unless you need to get your vehicle unstuck.
Note:   The spare wheel is underneath the rear of the vehicle.
  1. Assemble the wheel brace and the winch extension tool.
  1. Lower the third row seat-back to assist spare wheel winch operation.   See   Rear Seats
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  1. In the rear storage compartment, lift rubber cover (2) to expose wheel winch.
  1. Insert the assembled wheel brace and winch extension tool into the guide hole (3) and make sure it correctly locates. Turn the wheel brace counterclockwise until the spare wheel lowers from underneath the vehicle and rests on the ground, and there is slack in the cable.
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  1. Pass the bracket and cable through the wheel opening.
Jacking and Lifting Points
WARNING   WARNING:  You must use the specified jacking points.

Jacking Locations
AEmergency use only.
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Removing a Road Wheel
WARNING   WARNING:  Park your vehicle so that you do not obstruct the flow of traffic or place yourself in any danger and set up a warning triangle.
WARNING   WARNING:  Make sure that your vehicle is on firm and level ground with the front wheels pointing straight ahead.
WARNING   WARNING:  Switch the ignition off and apply the parking brake.
WARNING   WARNING:  If your vehicle has a manual transmission, shift into first or reverse gear. If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, shift into park (P).
WARNING   WARNING:  Make sure all passengers are out of your vehicle.
WARNING   WARNING:  To help prevent your vehicle from moving when changing a wheel, shift the transmission into park (P), set the parking brake and use an appropriate block or wheel chock to secure the wheel diagonally opposite to the wheel being changed. For example, when changing the front left wheel, place an appropriate block or wheel chock on the right rear wheel.
WARNING   WARNING:  Do not work on your vehicle when the jack is the only support as your vehicle could slip off the jack. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury or death.
WARNING   WARNING:  Make sure that the vehicle jack is vertical to the jacking point and the base is flat on the ground.

Note:   Do not lay alloy road wheels face down on the ground.
Jack Extensions with T-bar
  1. Assemble the wheel brace and winch extension tool.
  1. Insert the assembled wheel brace and winch extension tool into the vehicle jack and raise your vehicle until the tire is clear of the ground.
Removing Wheel Nut
  1. Using the wheel brace, remove the lug nuts and the road wheel.
Installing a Road Wheel
WARNING   WARNING:  Use only approved wheel and tire sizes. Using other sizes could damage your vehicle.
WARNING   WARNING:  Make sure there is no grease or oil on the threads or the surface between the wheel lugs and nuts. This can cause the lug nuts to loosen while driving.
WARNING   WARNING:  Have the lug nuts checked for tightness and the tire pressure checked as soon as possible.

Note:   Make sure the wheel and hub contact surfaces are free from foreign matter.
Note:   Make sure that the cones on the lug nuts are against the wheel.
  1. Install the wheel.
  1. Install the lug nuts and finger tight.
  1. Install the locking lug nut key.
Tightening the Wheel Locking Nuts
  1. Install all of the lug nuts and partially tighten them in the sequence shown.
  1. Lower your vehicle and remove the vehicle jack.
  1. Fully tighten all of the lug nuts in the sequence shown using the wheel brace.  See   Lug Nuts
  1. Position the projection of the cap and the projection of the hub correctly.
WARNING   WARNING:  Have the lug nuts checked for tightness and the tire pressure checked as soon as possible.

Note:   If the spare wheel is different in size or construction to the road wheels, have this corrected as soon as possible.
Stowing the Flat Tire
Note:   Do not raise the spare wheel carrier without the wheel attached. Damage can occur to the winch mechanism if raised without a wheel attached.
  1. Place the wheel flat on the ground, with the outer face of the wheel facing up.
  1. Tilt the bracket, and pass it through the center of the wheel.
  1. Insert the winch extension tool into the winch and turn clockwise.
  1. Stow the wheel brace, vehicle jack and winch extension tool away.