Chrysler 2006 Crossfire Automobile User Manual

Cuts or punctures larger than approximately 0.16 in. (4
mm), tire damage caused by driving with extremely
low tire pressure or on a flat tire, or a damaged wheel
can pose a hazard while driving. TIREFIT should not
be used in such circumstances. Do not drive the
vehicle under such circumstances. Contact your near-
est authorized dealer for assistance.
Take care not to allow the contents of TIREFIT to come
in contact with hair, eyes or clothing. TIREFIT is
harmful if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the
skin: It causes skin, eye and respiratory irritation. Any
contact with eyes or skin should be flushed immedi-
ately with plenty of water. If clothing comes in contact
with TIREFIT, change clothing as soon as possible.
In case of allergic reaction or rash, consult a physician
immediately. Keep TIREFIT out of reach of children. If
swallowed, rinse mouth immediately with plenty of
water and drink plenty of water. Do not induce
vomiting! Consult a physician immediately.
Keep away from open flame or heat source.
Sealing tire with TIREFIT
1. Set the parking brake and turn on the hazard warning
2. Move the transmission selector lever to the PARK
position (manual transmission to FIRST or REVERSE
gear) and turn off the engine.
3. Remove the TIREFIT kit and electric air pump from
the area below the cargo compartment carpet.
4. Open flap (2) on the electric air pump.
5. Pull the power plug (4) and air hose (5) along with the
pressure gauge out of the air pump housing.
6. Screw the air hose (5) onto the hose connection on the
TIREFIT sealant bottle (1).
7. Holding the sealant bottle by the top, insert it down-
wards into the recess (3) on the air pump.
8. Unscrew the valve cap from the valve on the deflated
9. Screw the filler hose from the sealant bottle on the tire
10. Insert the power plug (4) into the power point on the
instrument panel.