Tata Punch 2021 pumping Tyre Sealant And Air Into Tyre User Manual

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Tata Punch 2021 pumping Tyre Sealant And Air Into Tyre User Manual

pumping Tyre Sealant And Air Into Tyre

  1. Peel off the decal denoting the maximum permissible speed (80 km/h | 50 mph) from the casing and attach it to the edge of the windscreen as shown in the picture.
  2. Take the hose and power plug with the cable out of the Puncture repair Kit casing. Unscrew the orange cap of the bottle connector.
  3. Unscrew the red cap of the sealant bottle. (Shake the sealant bottle well before use.

WARNING
Leave the bottle seal intact. Screwing the bottle onto the bottle holder will pierce the seal of the bottle. Avoid skin contact with the sealant which contains natural rubber latex. Do not open the pressure “air release” valve. Please use protective gloves for safety purposes.

  1. Screw the bottle clockwise firmly against the slight resistance of the notches onto the sealing gasket of the bottle connector until it is screwed tight.
  2. Remove the valve cap from the damaged tire. Pull the protective cap off the end of the hose and screw the hose firmly onto the valve of the damaged tire. Make sure that the compressor switch is switched to “0” and the pressure “air release” valve is closed.
  3. Insert the power plug into the 12-volt power socket connection.
  4. Start the engine (only if the vehicle is outdoors or in a well-ventilated area).
    WARNING
    Asphyxiation may occur if the engine is allowed to run in a non-ventilated or poorly ventilated area (e.g. inside a building)
  5.  Press the compressor switch to “I”.
    NOTE
    Check the sidewall of the tire prior to inflation. If there are any cracks, bumps or similar damage, do not attempt to inflate the tire. Do not stand directly be-side the tire while the compressor is pumping. Watch the sidewall of the tire. If any cracks, bumps or similar damage appear, turn off the compressor and let the air out by means of the pressure “air release” valve. In this case, do not continue to use the tire.
    NOTE
    When pumping in the sealant through the tire valve, the pressure may rise up to 500 kPa (5 bar, 73 psi) but will drop again after about 30 seconds.
  6. Inflate the tire within about 10 minutes to an inflation pressure of a minimum 180 kPa, (1.8 bar, and 26 psi) and a maximum of 300 kPa (3 bar, 43 psi).
  7. Switch off the compressor briefly in order to read the actual tire pressure from the pressure gauge.
    WARNING
    If heavy vibrations, unsteady steering behavior or noises should occur while driving, reduce your speed and drive with caution to a place where it is safe for you to stop the vehicle. Recheck the tire and its pressure. If the tire pressure is less than 130 kPa (1.3 bar, 19 psi) or if there are any visible cracks, bumps or similar damage on the side wall, do not continue to use the tire!
  8. 12: Once a tire inflation pressure of at least 180 kPa (1.8 bar, 26 psi) has been reached.
    • Switch the compressor to “0”.
    • Pull the power plug from the 12-volt power socket connection.
    • Slowly unscrew the hose from the tire valve (sealant residues may escape from the hose) and put the protective cap back onto the hose.
    • Leave the bottle in the holder. This avoids unexpected leakage of sealant residue.
    • Make sure the Puncture Repair Kit, the cap of the bottle, and the orange cap are stored safely, but are still easily accessible, in the vehicle.
      The kit will be needed again when you check the tire pressure.
      13, 14. Immediately start and drive for about 3-10 km (2-6 miles) so that the sealant can seal the damaged area. Do not drive for more than 10 min and not any faster than 80 km/h (50 mph) (observe the decal indicating the permissible speed).

WARNING
If heavy vibrations, unsteady steering behavior or noises should occur while driving, reduce your speed and drive with caution to a place where it is safe for you to stop the vehicle. Recheck the tire and its pressure. If the tire pressure is less than 130 kPa (1.3 bar, 19 psi) or if there are any visible cracks, bumps or similar damage on the side wall, do not continue to use the tire!

Step 2 Checking The Tyre Pressure

Stop the vehicle after driving about 3-10 km (2-6 miles). Check and, where necessary, adjust the pressure of the damaged tire. Remove the protective cap from the end of the hose. Screw the hose firmly onto the valve of the damaged tire. Read the tire pressure from the pressure gauge. If the pressure of the sealant-filled tire is 130 kPa (1.3 bar, 19 psi) or more, it must now be adjusted to the pressure specified for your vehicle (Refer to the sticker on vehicle).

WARNING
If the tire check shows that the pressure of the sealant-filled tire is less than 130 kPa (1.3 bar, 19 psi) or if there are any visible cracks, bumps or similar tire damage on the side wall, you must not continue to use that tire.

  1. Make sure that the compressor switch is switched off to “0”.
  2. Insert the power plug into the 12 volt power socket connection.
  3. Start the engine (only if the vehicle is outdoors or in a well ventilated area).

WARNING
Asphyxiation may occur if the engine is allowed to run in a non-ventilated or poorly ventilated area (e.g. inside a building )

17,18. Switch the compressor on to “I” and pump the tire up to the specified tire pressure within max. 10 minutes.

NOTE
Compressor unit we can use for filling the air & checking the pressure of the normal tyre.

  • Switch the compressor off and check the tire pressure again. If tire pressure is too high, deflate the tire to the specified pressure using the pressure “air release” valve.
  • The rest of the remaining sealant in the hose might leak out when opening pressure “air release” valve or taking off the protective cap of the hose. Please use protective glove for safety purpose.
  •  Once you have inflated the tire to its correct tire pressure, switch off the compressor, pull the plug out of the socket, unscrew the hose, fasten the tire valve cap and put back on the protective cap of the hose.
  • Leave the bottle in the holder and store the Puncture repair Kit away safely in the vehicle trunk.

WARNING
After using the sealant you may drive no faster than 80 km/h (50 mph), and the damaged tire must be replaced as quickly as possible (with in a maximum driving distance of 200 km (120 miles)). You must not continue to drive if heavy vibrations, unsteady steering behavior or noises should occur while driving.

19, 20. Drive to the nearest workshop to get the damaged tyre repaired and if the tyre repair is not possible, tyre should be removed from the car. Before the tire is re-moved from the rim, inform your tire dealer that the tire contains sealant. Sealant de-posits in a used hose may impair proper function of the Puncture repair Kit. Both the sealant bottle and the hose need to be replaced together after using the Puncture repair Kit.
Remember that emergency roadside tire repair kits only provide temporary mobility. Regulation concerning tire re-pair after usage of Puncture Repair Kit may differ from country to country. You should consult a tire specialist for ad-vice.

WARNING
Before driving, ensure tire is adjusted to recommended inflation pressure as indicated on vehicle placard. Monitor tire pressure until sealed tire is replaced. Proceed as described above from point 15 onwards.

New sealant and replacement parts can be purchased from your authorized repair shop or dealer. Sealant bottles can be dis-posed with house-hold waste.

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