risk of accident. Drive moderately and do not
exceed a speed of 50 mph/80 km/h.
The tires are marked on the tire sidewall with
RSC Run-flat System Component.
Repairing a flat tire
▷ Park the vehicle as far away as possible from
passing traffic and on solid ground.
▷ Switch on the hazard warning system.
▷ Secure the vehicle against rolling away by
setting the parking brake.
▷ Turn the steering wheel until the front wheels
are in the straight-ahead position and engage
the steering wheel lock.
▷ Have all vehicle occupants get out of the ve‐
hicle and ensure that they remain outside the
immediate area in a safe place, such as be‐
hind a guardrail.
▷ If necessary, set up a warning triangle at an
With the Mobility System, minor tire damage can
be sealed temporarily to enable continued travel.
To accomplish this, sealant is pumped into the
tires, which seals the damage from the inside.
▷ Follow the instructions on using the Mobility
System found on the compressor and sealant
▷ Use of the Mobility System may be ineffec‐
tive if the tire puncture measures approx.
1/8 inches/4 mm or more.
▷ Contact a dealer's service center or another
qualified service center or repair shop if the
tire cannot be made drivable.
▷ If possible, do not remove foreign bodies that
have penetrated the tire. Only remove foreign
objects if they are visibly protruding from the
▷ Pull the speed limit sticker off the sealant
container and apply it to the steering wheel.
▷ The use of a sealant can damage the TPM
wheel electronics. In this case, have the elec‐
tronics checked and replaced at the next op‐
▷ The compressor can be used to check the
tire inflation pressure.
The Mobility System is located in a bag in the left
storage compartment of the cargo area. Release
the tensioning strap to remove.
Wheels and tires
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