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Skoda Fabia: Spare and back-up wheel

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Fig. 136 Fixing the back-up or spare wheel
Fig. 136 Fixing the back-up or spare wheel

The spare wheel is located in a well under the floor covering in the boot and is fixed in place with a special bolt » Fig. 136.

Taking the wheel out

  • Open the tailgate.
  • Lift up the floor in the luggage compartment.
  • Remove the box with the tool kit.
  • Unscrew the nut » Fig. 136 anticlockwise.
  • Take out the wheel.

Stowing the wheel

  • Place the wheel into the spare wheel well with the wheel rim pointing downward.
  • Screw on the nut » Fig. 136 clockwise until the wheel is safely secured
  • Replace the box with the tool kit into the spare wheel and secure it with the tape.
  • Fold back the floor in the luggage compartment.
  • Close the tailgate.

Install a wheel of the appropriate version and dimensions as soon as possible.

If the dimensions or design of the spare wheel differ from the tyres fitted to the vehicle (e.g. winter tyres or low-profile tyres), it must only be used briefly in the event of a puncture and if an appropriately cautious style of driving is adopted

Temporary spare wheel

A yellow warning label is displayed on the rim of the temporary spare wheel.

Please note the following if you intend to use the temporary spare wheel.

  • The warning label must not be covered after installing the wheel.
  • Be specially attentive when driving.
  • The temporary spare is inflated to the maximum inflation pressure for the vehicle » Fig. 133 on page 152.
  • Only use this temporary spare wheel to reach the nearest specialist garage since it is not intended for permanent use.

WARNING

  • Never drive with more than one spare wheel mounted!
  • Never use the temporary spare wheel if it is damaged.
  • If the dimensions or design of the temporary spare wheel differ from the fitted tyres, never drive faster than 80 km/h (or 50 mph).
  • Avoid accelerating at full throttle, sharp braking and fast cornering.

CAUTION

Observe the instructions on the warning sign of the temporary spare wheel.

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