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Ford Fusion: Changing a Road Wheel / Stowing the Flat Tire Using the Retainer Strap (If Equipped)

Ford Fusion 2013–2020 Owners Manual / Wheels and Tires / Changing a Road Wheel / Stowing the Flat Tire Using the Retainer Strap (If Equipped)

You can temporarily stow the full-size road wheel in the spare tire compartment.

  1. Find the flat tire retainer strap tucked inside the jack channel.

    Ford Fusion. Stowing the Flat Tire Using the Retainer Strap (If Equipped)

  2. Locate the jack bolt-down bracket. Push the retainer strap through the jack bolt-down bracket.
  3. Put the jack and lug wrench away. Make sure you fasten the jack so it does not rattle when you drive.
  4. Stow the flat tire on the floor in the cargo area.
  5. Weave the retainer strap through the wheel openings.

    Ford Fusion. Stowing the Flat Tire Using the Retainer Strap (If Equipped)

  6. Secure the flat tire by tying a flat knot.

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